The Turkish Embassy has been serving at its current chancery in Washington, DC’s famous Embassy Row in Massachusetts Avenue since 1999. There are also the Office of the Armed Forces Attaché, the Office of the Education Counselor, the Office of the Social and Religious Counselor, the Office of the Press Counselor, the Office of the Commercial Counselor, the Office of the Customs Counselor, the Office of the Culture and Tourism Counselor, the Office of the Economic Counselor, the Office of the Agricultural Counselor and the Office of the Planning Counselor in the Embassy.
The consular services throughout the US are being covered by the Embassy and the Turkish Consulates General in Houston, Chicago, New York and Los Angeles according to states in the country. The States that fall under the responsibility of the Consular Section of the Embassy are District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.
Turkey also has Honorary Consuls in Baltimore, San Fransisco, Atlanta, Seattle, Boston, Flowood, Kansas and Detroit.
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