Turkish Consulate General in Batumi covers the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, regions of Guria and Imereti, as well as Poti city of Georgia.
It was established in 1921 and has been serving since then uninterruptedly. The Consulate was preceded by Consulate General of the Ottoman Empire which was established in 1878, soon after the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78 (As a result of this war, Russia succeeded in claiming several provinces in the Caucasus, including Batumi).
The Consular Section offers a wide array of services to Turkish citizens, such as civil registration, passport, military service and notary, among others. Georgian citizens also frequently visit our Consular Section for visa applications. Office of the Commercial Attaché guides Turkish businessmen in investment and trade related issues. Office of the Customs Attaché assists Turkish citizens in customs matters. Our Legal Advisor responds to the legal inquiries of the citizens.
Turkey is the biggest trade partner and one of the major investors of Georgia. Turkish tourists top the list of foreigners visiting this country every year.
Our Consulate General, located close to Sarp/Sarpi land border between Turkey and Georgia, aims to contribute to diverse, deep-rooted and brotherly relations between these two countries.
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