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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has ordered the country’s cabinet of ministers to prepare measures on phased removal of restrictions in economic relations with Turkey, TASS news agency reported.

On June 30, at a cabinet meeting, he said that Russian president on June 29 instructed the government to work out a decision on resumption of trade cooperation with Turkey, as well as removal of a number of restrictions.

“We will act gradually,” Medvedev said. “On one hand, it's necessary to remove these restrictions considering the improvement in the political atmosphere, but, of course, not to the detriment of Russian manufacturers and partners, who have taken on the freed spots on the Russian market.”

When it comes to tourism field, Turkey has to provide guarantees that Russians traveling to the country will be safe, especially in light of the recent tragic events in Istanbul, Medvedev noted.

2016.06.30 / 18:45
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