Russian sanctions are now affecting Turkish tourism, construction firms and food exports, amid a bitter dispute over the Syria conflict.
The Kremlin reacted with fury when a Turkish F-16 fighter shot down a Russian Su-24 bomber on the Syria-Turkey border in November.
Russia has banned:
- The import of Turkish fruit and vegetables, poultry and salt
- The sale of charter holidays for Russians to Turkey
- Construction projects with Turkish firms in Russia unless a special exemption is granted
There are restrictions now on Turkish citizens working for companies registered in Russia.
And Russia has suspended work on TurkStream – a new Black Sea pipeline that was to boost Russian gas exports to Turkey.
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