Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), Ahmet Temurci said the judiciary requires some obligations from Booking.com for the resumation of operations. "I think that technical, financial and tax-specific arrangements will be made after talks are concluded. Booking.com may continue to operate in Turkey after fulfilling these requirements," he said. Temurci noted that after upon the conclusion of talks between Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci and company officials as well as the fulfillment of regulations regarding technicalities, taxation and finance, Booking.com is expected to resume its activities in the country. Get the full story at Daily Sabah Read also "Was Turkey’s Booking.com ban necessary?"