"Soon after the confirmation of the United States, the Turkish official said that Turkey could partially facilitate visa services after Washington's decision", - writes the edition.
The US embassy in Turkey has started to issue visas, the Turkish media reports citing the embassy November 6.
The Turkish government is expected to reciprocate, potentially resolving a diplomatic standoff that began a month ago, following the arrest of a local employee of a US Consulate.
On Monday, the United States mission said the decision to resume issuing the visas cames after it "received initial high-level assurances" from the Turkish government that its local staff are not under investigation.
The US decision followed the arrest of a local employee at the US Consulate in Istanbul over alleged links to the the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO).
"Recent events have forced the Turkish Government to reassess the commitment of the Government of the United States to the security of the Turkish Mission facilities and personnel", the Turkish embassy in Washington, DC, said at the time.
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It added that there were also assurances that local staff would not be "detained or arrested for performing their official duties".
In the email sent visa Information center United States of America at the number of Turkish citizens who have applied previously for a US visa, saying the resumption of acceptance of applications in a limited manner.
Among the several Americans arrested in Turkey is pastor Andrew Brunson, who ran a church in the western city of Izmir.
The US embassy said Turkish authorities indicated they would inform the US government in advance if they meant to detain or arrest a local employee in the future. Turkey regards the YPG as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). Erdogan described the U.S. decision as "upsetting".
Turkey blames Gulen, a US-based Muslim cleric, for orchestrating last year's failed coup attempt.
During the four-day visit, Yildirim is set to meet Vice President Mike Pence at the White House.