Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce is launching a campaign for foreigners
The Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce launched a new campaign this morning with the aim of informing foreigners on shopping opportunities in the North as well on how much they can take with them while crossing into the South, within the framework of the Green Line Regulation.
In cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and Tourism, the campaign is also aimed at encouraging trade between the North and the South and promoting tourism, thus contributing to the development of the Turkish Cypriot economy.
The campaign kicked off this morning with the unveiling of billboards at the Ledra Palace and Metehan Checkpoints, aimed at informing tourists on their shopping and trade opportunities while crossing at the checkpoints.
The campaign was introduced at a press conference at Ledra Palace which was also attended by the Minister of Economy and Tourism Enver Ozturk.
It is indicated on the information boards that foreigners crossing into the South can carry goods worth up to 135 Euros maximum, for private use only.
The billboards will also be placed at other checkpoints along the TRNC borders at Akyar, Bostanci and Beyarmudu.
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