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Turkish authorities are trying to stop the influx of tourists and residents of the country

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Not only travelers but also locals are seeking to leave earthquake-hit Turkey. The country is threatened by a shortage of drinking water.

Turkish authorities are doing their best to stop the exodus of local residents and tourists from the country. In an effort to retain tourists, luxury hotels have drastically reduced prices, and the migration service has promised to lift the ban on tourist residence, writes “The Moscow Comsomolets”.

Recall that new tremors in Turkey led to the flooding of the coastline in the southern province of Hatay. The situation was also complicated by an abnormally warm winter, which caused the drinking water reservoir to dry up. Experts do not exclude that the country is facing a shortage of drinking water. Authorities have already sent an alert to residents and hotels urging them to conserve water.

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