Turkey has introduced visa mandate for Russian reporters starting from Feb. 15, a Interfax news group reported, citing a deputy of a Turkish Embassy in Moscow.
The new visa regime has been implemented on a basement of respect and will request to all employees of a Russian media formulation journalistic trips to Turkey from Feb. 15, even if their trip’s generation does not surpass 6 months, a unclear deputy said, Interfax reported Wednesday.
For Russian reporters henceforth operative in Turkey, mandate for entering a nation have not changed, a RIA Novosti news group reported.
Russia halted visa-free regime for Turkish nationals from Jan. 1 — partial of sanctions that followed a downing of a Russian fighter-bomber by Turkey nearby a Syrian border.
The measures also embody a anathema on offered package tours to Turkey, an import anathema on a operation of Turkish food equipment and restrictions on work visas for Turkish citizens.
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