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Turkish flag Consulate-General of Turkey in Boston

Address31 Saint James Avenue, Suite 840
Boston, MA 02116
USA
Phonelocal: (617) 451.1329
international: +1.617.451.1329
Emailconsulate.boston@mfa.gov.tr

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emaati2000
Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:01 EDT
hi
Do I need to have a A visa to visit Turkey?
I am a US Citizen
ORHAN DOGAN
Mon, 28 Apr 2014 21:32 EDT
TURKISH PROTEST....
It is funny how mr. K labels the turkish protest peaceful as a whole, when he and everyone else knows that after the first 30 seconds of the protests there was nothing peaceful about them (that's where the misleading comes into play). As he has attended one of them in Boston, I wonder how many windows he broke...NONE because the police would have none of that here..people like him and the party which he follows (chp), Turkey doesn't need an enemy...they are the "ENEMY WITHIN".. I wonder how much money he received so he can study in the USA? This is where the hypocricy comes into play in regards to all these kind of hypocrite individuals..May God keep helping Turkey and keep her out of the hands of people like you and the party like CHP, because they are only promoting fascism and racism in the country...God-willing Mr. Erdogan will be our next president..I will sure to vote for him..Maybe I will see you at the cousulate on elections..
Thank You,
Orhan Dogan..(AKP baby)
K
Sun, 20 Apr 2014 22:04 EDT
About Turkish Protests
People like ORHAN DOGAN are the ones who are misleading people. I wrote that message at the time of Turkish Protests. I know very well what peaceful protests look like and it was one of them until the government's use of excessive force. I also attended to one of them here in Boston.
ORHAN DOGAN
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 18:40 EDT
TURKISH PROTEST..
I would like to answer to K and Ann Wicks regarding their concern about the protests in Turkey..These two folks who obviously like to "copy and paste" their "letters of concern" regarding the protests..They obviously do not know what "peaceful" demonstrators look like..If those demonstrators were peaceful then I would hate to see violent demonstrators. These two folks are nothing but agitators because they are misleading other visitors to this site..I can guarantee that the country of Turkey is as safe as any city in the USA..So if anyone plans to visit the beautiful country of Turkey please be assured that you eill be safe and very welcome there....Thank You..
adnan
Thu, 27 Jun 2013 20:58 EDT
my observations and suggestions for those who wants to to Turkey as an tourist..
i just came from turkey after an 18 days trip. i have been on the mediterenian and egean sides of the turkey and in istanbul.
it is really not as bad as it seems to be. i havent seen any safety issues for the public.
you can relax and enjoy your stay wherever you are in turkey.
the chances of you having an safety issue in turkey is less than you getting shot at in a public school in usa..
thank you and have a nice vacations..
K
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 20:24 EDT
maltreatment of Turkish citizens by Turkish government
Dear Turkish Consulate General in Boston,
I have been shocked by images showing police actions against demonstrators in Istanbul and other Turkish cities.
I call upon the Turkish government to:
* Intervene immediately to end abusive use of force by police, including the firing of tear gas canisters directly at protestors and abusive use of water cannon;
* Respect the right to peaceful protest;
* Launch prompt, independent and impartial investigations into the use of excessive force and bring to justice all those law enforcement officials found to have been responsible.
Ann Wicks
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 20:20 EDT
maltreatment of Turkish citizens by Turkish government
Dear Turkish Consulate General in Boston,

I have been shocked by images showing police actions against demonstrators in Istanbul and other Turkish cities.

I call upon the Turkish government to:

* Intervene immediately to end abusive use of force by police, including the firing of tear gas canisters directly at protestors and abusive use of water cannon;
* Respect the right to peaceful protest;
* Launch prompt, independent and impartial investigations into the use of excessive force and bring to justice all those law enforcement officials found to have been responsible.

I hope a diplomatic, nonviolent end comes to this situation very soon.

Ann Wicks
Manoj Shah
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 15:38 EDT
Visiting Turkey
We have planned visit to Turkey during first week of August. Should I cancel my trip at this time with safety concern?
Frank
Wed, 5 Jun 2013 02:49 EDT
On the anniversary of the Tienanmen Square massacre, I ask that the consul uses its influence to encourage an end to outrageous acts of violence against the peaceful protesters in Taksim. I love Turkey. And my friends in Istanbul are scared of their government. A peaceful resolution is still possible.
Barbara Roberts
Sun, 2 Jun 2013 12:01 EDT
A Peaceful Solution to police treatment of protestors in Istanbul/Ankara.
Most Honorable Ambassador:

I watch with horror the treatment of the peaceful protestors in Istanbul and elsewhere. As an American who goes to Turkey often and dearly loves the country and the people, I ask you to use your influence to bring a peaceful solution to the conflict we are seeing there. My traveling friends will become afraid to be tourist in your country; my sailing friends from England and other European countries will move off to other marinas in other countries. It is in everyone benefit for you to work with your government to ease things to a peaceful resolution.

My best to a wonderful and general peaceful country,

Barbara and Arthur Roberts
Owners of the Sailing Vessel Badger
A sometime resident of Marmaris, Turkey

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