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Russian vice-premier in favour of lifting Turkish sanctions
According to Turkish media, the Russian vice-premier Arkady Dvorkovich said, during a press conference, that both countries should lift the boycotts to strengthen both their economies. “Going ahead and lifting the mutual restrictions would be best,” according to him.
The vice-premier recently announced that possible negotiations about the export of Russian grain to Turkey after 16 April, the day of the Turkish referendum, are imminent. Turkey boycotted the import of Russian grain as a repercussion of the Russian boycott of Turkish fruit and vegetables. Despite the countries agreeing to lift the boycott a few months ago, some restrictions on the export of fruit and vegetables are still in place. For example, Russia still boycotts tomatoes, cucumbers, grapes, apples, pears and strawberries from Turkey.
Publication date: 4/11/2017
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