Russia skeleton to levy sanctions and solidify investment projects in Turkey in response to a downing of a Russian warplane on a Turkish-Syrian border, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was quoted as observant Thursday.
Medvedev pronounced a supervision had been educated by President Vladimir Putin to adopt retaliatory mercantile measures opposite Turkey and was empowered to place restrictions on financial operations, trade deals, a tourism industry, ride links and to levy new etiquette tariffs, according to a Interfax news agency.
He also pronounced during a supervision assembly that “agreements and investment projects could be solidified or simply scrapped,” and due canceling talks on a favoured investment horizon with Turkey, Interfax reported.
Specific proposals will be drawn adult within dual days, Medvedev said. He did not contend that projects could be affected, though Russia had skeleton to build a gas tube to Turkey and erect a chief energy plant in a nation value $20 billion.
A commander was killed when a Turkish F-16 interceptor shot down a Russian Su-24 bomber on a Turkish-Syrian limit on Tuesday. Putin branded a pierce a “stab in a back,” and pronounced it would have critical consequences for Turkish-Russian relations.
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