The government will explain to the business the essence of the Turkish restrictive measures, said Dmitry Medvedev. Punishment, according to his statement can be expanded.
Dmitry Medvedev believes that the Turkish business in Russia has become hostage to the policies of Ankara. In this regard, the Prime Minister entrusted the government to interpret the essence of the restrictive measures.
Medvedev also revealed the details of the punishment against Turkey, the decree on the introduction of which was signed by Vladimir Putin. He did not rule out that later they can be extended - "gradually".
"In the end, these measures are not directed against Turkish people, and just going to contribute to the solution of the tasks set by the presidential decree in the framework of the law on specialised financial measures in a particular situation", - quotes Medvedev of Russia. He found the attitude of the Turkish administration "incomprehensible", adding that "no explanation needed".
Earlier in mass media appeared the preparatory list of goods from Turkey, deliveries to the Russian Federation can be prohibited. "Unwelcome guests" of the national government is ready to declare chilled and frozen meat of cattle, meat and offal of poultry, meat salted in brine, dried or smoked meat, milk and milk products, lactose free products, whole fish and other seafood, including shellfish and crustaceans, nuts, fruits and vegetables, and also berries and herbs.
Remember, November 28 President Vladimir Putin signed a decree "On measures on ensuring state security of the Russian Federation and the protection of citizens of the Russian Federation from criminal and other illegal actions and the use of specialized financial measures against the Republic of Turkey". The leader of the country was entrusted to government to prepare the list of products of Turkish origin, which relate to a prohibition or limitation on import in our country, as well as a list of works or services provided by Turkish companies, which can be banned.
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