Turkish bill seeks to bar Israelis, Greeks from buying land

November 28, 2010 16:08

Turkey's Public Works and Housing Ministry has prepared a draft that would ease rules for property sales to foreign nationals, except for Israeli and Greek citizens, the Turkish newspaper Altinkum Voices reported on Sunday.

According to the draft, Israeli and Greek citizens will not be allowed to purchase land in Turkey, while citizens of Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Arab nations will face considerably relaxed rules for land purchases.

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