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Turkish flag Embassy of Turkey in Valletta

Address35, Sir Luigi Preziosi Square
Phonelocal: 2122.3424
international: +356.2122.3424
Faxlocal: 2122.4308
international: +356.2122.4308

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George Vella
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 05:39 EDT
information needed
I would like to buy from Turky and i need an interpriter do i need to come to the Embassy??
ahmed almusa
Mon, 27 Jul 2015 14:16 EDT
abuot my visa
Wed, 24 Jun 2015 07:34 EDT

I am a Mlatese citizen living in Berlin. I am travelling to Istanbul for 4 days and would like to check about VISA requirements for that. I leave this Friday and found the eVisa system for turkish visas online. It costs 70 €.

Is that correct. Should I go ahead and purchase that VISA. Is it required and do I get it on time for this Friday’s travels.

Thank you.

Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:18 EDT
travel to turkya
I am in from syria
I am in malta naw
I have subsidiary protection in malta
If i want go to turkya i want visa or no ?
I have syrian  passport
I d card malta
If i go to sweden then go to turkya can or no?
If i in turkya can go to sweden dairect ?
Thank you very mach
Fri, 1 Aug 2014 05:00 EDT
Dear Madame,

My name is Anais and I am really interested to learn Turkish language.
Is there someone from the embassy who can teach me or to give me a contact here in Malta.
Thanks you very much for your answer

I am looking forward to hear from you.

Best regards,
Adelina Vella klinvel@maltanet.net
Thu, 28 Nov 2013 12:30 EST
Kusadasi: Ephesus Jewellers Mr Murat Akcam
Dear Sir,
I bought a string of black pearls from the above on 22/10/13 while on cruise. I was assured, and it was written on my receipt that I was being given authentic South Sea pearls. To my dismay, when they were examined in Malta they proved to be a very good fake. I emailed the jewellers but to no avail They never replied, The salesgirl Ms. Pinar was contacted by phone. She told me to go back and take the necklace and I would be refunded the money. However I have nothing in writing. Could you help please?
I have been reading about Kusadasi jewellers on line. The reviews were less than flattering so I do need help to get back my money,
Reuben Demicoli
Sun, 5 May 2013 15:30 EDT
We are traveling to Istanbul in September. Do we need a visa? If so how much? From where do we get it?

Reuben Demicoli.
Mon, 29 Apr 2013 07:58 EDT
Requirement to extend my student Visa in Malta
Hi, my student VISA is expiring at the end of May and I don't understand which documentation is necessary to extend it for another year. I am willing to continue my studies and can provide evidence of the previous years I already spent in Malta studying.
Can you get back to me as soon as possible?

Thanks a lot in advance.
brian farrugia (brianfarrugia@live.co.uk)
Sun, 15 Jan 2012 12:33 EST
turkish language
Dear Sir/Madam,
I am Mr.Brian Farrugia from Iklin.I am interesting to learn turkish language but I don't know if someone will teach this language.I wish if I can find someone from turkish embassy to show me or to give me a contact with someone here in Malta.I appreciate alot if someone will help.tks alot for your coperation.
Mr.Brian Farrugia.

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