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Virtual Booking Application System (RSSS ) at Kapıkule Border Gate suspended temporarily

Virtual Booking Application System (RSSS ) at Kapıkule Border Gate suspended temporarily

According to the decision of the Turkish Ministry of Commerce dated 15.10.2020, RSSS system was suspended until further notice and system improvements.


As of 15.10.2020, bookings for Kapikule crossings will not be necessary and the system will not give any reservation.


It is announced that for the vehicles with an existing booking to be granted priority for exits between the dates of 15-19/10/2020.


The vehicles with no booking (that arrived at the Kapikule border between 15-19/10/2020) will be released after the exit of vehicles with bookings, depending on the available capacity.

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