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AddressMONTE LIBANO 885 (LOMAS DE CHAPULTEPEC)
DELEGACION MIGUEL HIDALGO
11000 Ciudad de México (Mexico City), D.F.
Mexico
Phonelocal: (055) 5202.3682
international: +52.55.5202.3682
Faxlocal: (055) 5282.4894
international: +52.55.5282.4894
Emailembajada.mexico@mfa.gov.tr
Web sitehttp://mexico.emb.mfa.gov.tr

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ray.halik
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:19 EST
no answers
Tried to call to all turkish consulates in US - I got answer nowhere.Did you break in diplomatic relations with USA?
Priyanka Narayan
Tue, 7 Nov 2017 05:54 EST
looking for Tyres & Tubes Importers details.
Dear Sir,


We are one of the leading manufacturer in India,we manufacture high quality 2,3 wheeler tyres and whole range of tubes.

We export to different countries, we are looking for African countries importers data, kindly provide us the importers details (Name,Contact number,Email id and company address)

we will be great full if you provide us details by email @ : (exports@nandityres.com)


Thanks & Regards,

Priyanka Narayan
+91 .
birol karabulut
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 11:48 EDT
i want to change my old passport but i am in the bahamas
i want to know how to change my old passport to the new one,can you help me,i am in the bahamas.you can email me at securitybirol@hotmail.com i will be gratefull if you can help me please. 1242 434 3736 my contact
Anais Rivera
Sat, 30 Aug 2014 11:14 EDT
Visa
I am Mexican citizen. I know I need a visa for Turkey . Is it difficult to obtain?
I don't have a US or Shengen visa but have been to Europe many times.
Mark Webber
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 22:01 EDT
Stop The ABUSE!
Dear Ambassador to Mexico,
I am a US citizen living in Mexico and I have been reading daily reports in the news and from friends living in Turkey and I am appalled at the actions and abuse that are being carried out against peaceful protestors in Turkey. I have had the pleasure of visiting Turkey on two separate occasions, this last time for the World Schools Debating Championships. These trips allowed me to see the beauty of your country as well as your people. I have also thought of Turkey as the role model for the countries in your region and the world. However, the recent events have not only been shocking to me but what I find to be utterly disgusting in a country that has seemingly respected democracy and the rule of law in the past. I implore you to urge your government to act with restraint and show respect for people who choose to demonstrate peacefully! A lesson that I have learned years ago and I feel that the Turkish government should take into consideration is that it takes a long time to build your reputation and only a short time to ruin it! I see this happening in Turkey. Please STOP THE ABUSE and respect the democracy and rule of law!
Sincerely,
Mark Webber
global citizen
BarcelonaGezi
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 16:54 EDT
Estambul es picante
Amig@s:

Que desfrute el viaje a Turquia! La policia te puede golpear un poco pero no te preocupas!!! El olor de gaz es parte de la naturaleza. Si necesitas un abogado, no problema. Los buenos estarán encarcelados con ustedes.

Un abrazo,
Tu amigo turco

Friends:

Enjoy your trip to Turkey. The police might beat you a little, but don't worry!!! The smell of tear-gas is part of the experience. If you need a lawyer, no problem. The good ones will be in jail with you.

Hugs,
Your turkish friend.
Efrain Díaz
Mon, 1 Apr 2013 19:59 EDT
Visa
Do we need a visa for visinting Istambul coming on a ship , just one day
paulina melamed
Tue, 6 Nov 2012 15:13 EST
plusito@yahoo.com
QUEREMOS VIAJAR A TURQUIA POR 5 DIAS Y NECESITAMOS SABER COMO SACAR LA VISA TENEMOS PASAPORTE MEXICANO Y UNA DE NOSOTRAS TIENE VISA POR MAS DE 9 AÑOS DE VIGENCIA.
LA OTRA TIENE RESIDENCIA AMERICANA Y LA TENEN QUE RENOVAR EL 17 DE JULIO DEL 2013
GRACIAS DE ANTEMANO ESPERAMOS SU RESPUESTA.

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