The situation with Turkey will not worsen the situation in stroycenter capital of Russia, and among them not more expensive materials and equipment, told reporters the Deputy mayor of Moscow Marat Khusnullin.
"I think that our market will not be any global impairments. Well, some objects will be built later, something has the ability to be will have to reconsider. But that's okay I don't see, " he said.
The increased cost of construction materials and equipment, the official also does not expect, " because we starting in 2014, all of 2015 engaged in import substitution, away from traditional European suppliers, we focus mostly on the Asian market are China, Korea, Japan ".
"for this reason, nothing terrible will happen, Moscow is being built and will be built, whether with Turkish companies, with Ukrainian, without Turkish, Ukrainian, without, we'll build everything that was planned ", - concluded the Deputy mayor.
first on Thursday, referring to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev stated that the Russian authorities will consider a ban on the activities of Turkish organizations within the country. The government was instructed to develop a set of measures in economic and humanitarian spheres on Russia's response to an aggressive act from Turkey.
Russian su-24 crashed in the Syrian Arab Republic on 24 November. The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin said that the plane was shot down by a rocket type "air-air" with a Turkish F-16s over Syrian territory and fell in the Syrian Arab Republic in 4 kilometers from the border. The Russian President called it a "stab in the back" from supporters of terrorists. Putin said that the tragedy with the aircraft will have serious consequences for relations between Moscow and Ankara.