Turkish citizens living in Canada’s Ontario province can now opt to give a written driver’s license test in their native language, Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities (YTB) said Sunday.
According to a statement, the citizens will be able to take the G1 exam in Turkish starting Monday.
YTB and the Turkish Embassy in Ottawa have been making efforts to include Turkish in the test languages.
So far, Canada offers the test in 23 other languages.
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