Turkey blocked access to the social media website two weeks ago after users posted links suggesting government corruption. The government then also blocked access to YouTube following the leak of an audio recording of a high-level security meeting. The moves sparked international criticism and the ban was challenged in several Turkish courts, including the Constitution Court which ruled against the Twitter ban on Wednesday.
A statement from Turkey's Transportation and Communications Ministry Thursday said it is in the process of restoring access to the website.
Access to YouTube however, remains blocked.
Many tech-savvy users, including President Abdullah Gul, found ways to circumvent the ban on both Twitter and YouTube.