Turkey has a unique geographical position partly in Asia and partly in Europe. Throughout its history, it has acted as both a barrier and a bridge between the two continents. Turkey is also situated at the crossroads of the Balkans, Caucasus, Middle East, and the eastern Mediterranean, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria. It has borders with Armenia, Iran, and Azerbaijan in the east, and Iraq and Syria in the southeast, too. Turkey has numerous natural attractions, beaches, and cultural and historical locations and its largely free-market and diversified economy is driven by tourism, industrial and service sector, and agriculture. In 1945 Turkey joined the UN and became a member of NATO in 1952. In recent years, Turkey has become a major tourist destination in the world.
Turkey launched its citizenship by investment program in 2016 by granting residency, citizenship, and a Turkish passport to applicants investing either in real estate or a bank deposit.
Turkey Citizenship by Investment
Turkey ranks first in Asia in terms of investment attractiveness for obtaining a second passport. Investing in Turkish real estate is also very popular among Iranians because it is easy to reach the capital city of this beautiful country with a three-hour flight and take advantage of its European facilities.
Turkish Government Policy to Increase the Minimum Amount of Investment in CBI Data on the increase in real estate sales in Turkey are being published
Turkish citizenship by Investment Program (TCBI) launched in January 2017 caused a rocketing growth in the real estate sector, attracting foreign investors from all over
Continued from Part One 6- Turkish and Dominica Passport Rank In 2021, the Dominica passport was ranked 32nd among all passports in the world and