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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Russia “unfreeze” relations with Turkey

During the regular meeting of the Russian Cabinet Dmitry Medvedev will announce the order of execution of the orders of Putin on the “unfreezing” of relations with Turkey.

The heads of ministries and departments have already begun to report the preparation of proposals that will be collected in the office of Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov. After that the Russian government will decide on the fate of restrictive measures against the Turkish authorities: the decision on removal or adjustment of sanctions may be taken as a package or individually. About it reports “Kommersant”, citing its own sources in the government House.

Thus, the head of the Ministry of construction Mikhail Men is convinced that sanctions with Turkish construction companies will be removed “in a very short time”. Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak, in charge of the industry, even called a specific time frame: it is estimated that it will be done “within one or two weeks.

Earlier, Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim expressed his confidence that relations between Moscow and Ankara soon normalized. He commented on the possible consequences of renewed personal dialogue between the two leaders.

“The process of normalization of relations between Turkey and Russia began correspondence with the leaders of our countries. The ensuing phone conversations were very productive… the Process of development of relations in all possible fields of the newly launched,” he said.

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