Turkey wants to find a replacement for Russian gas, which it expected to receive upon completion of the construction of the pipeline. Now when the drawing is frozen, the government is considering the most interesting ideas, almost to the use as a fuel in the dried manure.
Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey, Numan Kurtulmus enthusiastically embraced the idea to use dried dung as a fuel instead of Russian gas. This initiative was made by 1 of the inhabitants of the middle East state. And yet a senior civil servant suggests that it will not come.
"1 of the inhabitants of Erzurum in response to the actions of the Russian Federation proposed to categorically refuse from domestic gas and receive energy from dung. This is a great spontaneous reaction of our remarkable citizen. Today the dung carries symbolic and ironic significance," he declared in his interview to TV channel TGRT. According to Kurtulmus, this initiative is a clear example of the endurance of the Turkish people, reports RIA Novosti.
Russia is one of the main enostavno blue fuel to Turkey. But after the attack of the Turkish pilots on Russian Sukhoi su-24 in the border areas of Syria the relations between the 2 countries deteriorated. Namely, in response, Moscow has preserved many common projects, even the construction of "Turkish stream" gas pipeline under the Black sea, which would allow the Turks to supply gas directly from Russia.
Among other things, the Turkey was introduced food embargo. As we were informed Days.Ru, under the penalties were part carcases and offal of chickens, frozen meat of turkeys, cloves, tomatoes, onion and shallot, cauliflower and broccoli, cucumbers and gherkins. Among other things, the range - mandarins (including tangerines and Satsumas), clementines, wilkings and similar citrus hybrids, grapes, apples, pears, apricots and peaches. Under the ban was plum and strawberry. Not allowed to import salt (including table and denaturated salt) and pure sodium chloride.
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