Turkey has abolished changing the clocks, onto winter time, and introduced permanent summer time.
The clocks were to have gone back one hour on 30 October when Turkish summertime officially ends.But after the decree, published on Thursday, there will be no winter adjustment.
The decree, which comes into force immediately, was aimed at “making better use of daylight” during the winter period.
The decision means Turkey will be three hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) in winter as well as summer and two hours ahead of continental Europe in winter.
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