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Vladimir Putin made changes to the decree on sanctions against Turkey, tightening economic restrictions

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The Russian president amended the decree “On measures to ensure the national security of the Russian Federation and to protect citizens of the Russian Federation from criminal and other unlawful actions and to apply special economic measures against the Republic of Turkey”. The decree speaks of tightening sanctions against Turkey, whose air force planes shot down a Russian bomber, which carried out an anti-terrorist mission in Syrian airspace.


The full text of the decree is as follows (broker President of the Russian Federation):

1. To introduce into the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of November 28 2015 No. 583 “On measures to ensure the national security of the Russian Federation and to protect citizens of the Russian Federation from criminal and other unlawful actions and to apply special economic measures against the Republic of Turkey” (Meeting of the legislation of the Russian Federation , 2015, No. 48, Art. 6820) the following changes:

a) sub-clause “b” of clause 1 shall be stated as follows:
“B) a ban or restriction for organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey, as well as organizations controlled by citizens of the Republic of Turkey and (or) organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey, to perform (render) certain types of work (services) in the territory Of the Russian Federation according to the list determined by the Government of the Russian Federation. Signs of organizations under the control of citizens of the Republic of Turkey and (or) organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey are determined in accordance with parts 1 and 2 of Article 5 of the Federal Law of April 29 2008 No. 57-FZ “On the Procedure for Foreign Investment in Economic societies of strategic importance for the defense of the country and the security of the state ”;

b) sub-clause “c” of clause 5 shall be stated as follows:
“C) determine the list of contracts concluded with organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey for the supply of goods and contracts concluded with organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey and with organizations controlled by citizens of the Republic of Turkey and / or organizations under jurisdiction Republic of Turkey, for the supply of works (services), bearing in mind that the special economic measures provided for by this Decree are not applied to such goods, works (services). ”

2. This Decree enters into force on the day of its official publication.


Vladimir Putin made changes to the decree on sanctions against Turkey, tightening economic restrictions


Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich commented on the document, stating that Russia reserves the right to continue strengthening sanctions against Turkey. Dvorkovich quotes TASS:

There will be follow-up actions, which will be announced, the chairman of the government has already announced them at the meetings. We will consistently move this way.
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  1. sever.56
    sever.56 28 December 2015 13: 36 New
    83
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    1. vodolaz
      vodolaz 28 December 2015 14: 01 New
      24
      The Turks themselves wanted this. Good luck to them.
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 28 December 2015 14: 08 New
        +9
        the damage from our sanctions directly depends on the Igilov oil, if the flow continues, a penny of losses from a tomato, and from tourism ... there are those who want it.
        1. Vorobey-1
          Vorobey-1 28 December 2015 14: 53 New
          +7
          Quote: Andrew Y.
          the damage from our sanctions directly depends on the Igilov oil, if the flow continues, a penny of losses from a tomato, and from tourism ... there are those who want it.

          I agree in general, but tomatoes with tourists are also effective, even if not the most effective. There is a drop, there is a drop, as a result, a stream, the main thing is that there should be more of these "tomato" drops.
          1. vladfill
            vladfill 28 December 2015 15: 28 New
            14
            Tomatoes, as were on the Russian shelves, will remain so. what trade them
            Azerbaijanis, and no one flooded them from the markets, and it seems. Russian farmers and grandmothers
            with a bunch of parsley or a bucket of tomatoes from the garden road - ordered.
            1. Mainbeam
              Mainbeam 28 December 2015 16: 26 New
              -3
              Quote: vladfill
              Tomatoes, as they were on Russian shelves, will remain so, because Azerbaijanis trade them,

              I don’t know how it is with you, but with us, the tomato caught up with the cost of meat.
              And don’t tell me that meat is cheap or that tomato is not the season.
              1. vladfill
                vladfill 28 December 2015 18: 16 New
                +9
                Now the best tomato is a brown tomato soaked in a barrel of cabbage,
                and turkish tomato anytime rubbish.
          2. FiremamRescueS
            FiremamRescueS 28 December 2015 19: 57 New
            0
            Mb you do not know how many Turkish construction companies work for us?
        2. Homo
          Homo 28 December 2015 15: 30 New
          +1
          Quote: Andrew Y.
          penny loss from tomato

          And to farmers, agricultural producers, what matters is ISIS oil. They do not fall.
          1. sandrmur76
            sandrmur76 28 December 2015 15: 52 New
            +1
            And here their farmers will go to igil. recourse
      2. sssla
        sssla 28 December 2015 14: 43 New
        +3
        Quote: vodolaz
        The Turks themselves wanted this. Good luck to them.

        Then explain it to me, otherwise I forgot my glasses at work
        bearing in mind that special economic measures provided for by this Decree do not apply to such goods, works (services)
      3. Alexanderrr
        Alexanderrr 28 December 2015 15: 13 New
        0
        Quote: vodolaz
        The Turks themselves wanted this. Good luck to them.

        Good luck to them only in the use of tomatoes with tangerines and lemons. The rest - with Erdogan, good luck to them not to see how their ears are without a mirror!
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    2. anfil
      anfil 28 December 2015 14: 43 New
      16
      Let your tomatoes eat yourself
    3. AFS
      AFS 28 December 2015 15: 12 New
      +4
      First:
      I would like to see a list of contracts concluded with organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey for the supply of goods (works, services) for which special economic measures provided for by this Decree are not applied;

      Second:
      The commodity circulation of Russia and Turkey in 2014 amounted to $ 31 billion, for the first nine months of 2015 - $ 18,1 billion, of which $ 15 billion is Russian exports to Turkey (import of Turkish goods amounted to a little more than $ 3 billion).

      If Putin is trying to punish investors with these changes, then, according to Rosstat, in 2013 (the latest available data), the amount of accumulated direct investments from Turkey into the Russian economy amounted to $ 496 million, and the amount of accumulated direct Russian investments into the Turkish economy in the same year was $ 1,75, XNUMX billion
      But the Turks have someone to "nightmare":
      DenizBank (a Sberbank subsidiary in whose business the Turkish subsidiary holds about 10%) is among the ten largest banks in Turkey and the leader in retail - the bank serves 5,4 million customers, it has 599 branches in Turkey and 75 outside its borders. Its assets on January 1, 2015 amounted to $ 40 billion, capital - $ 3 billion.

      Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works launched a $ 2011 billion plant in Turkey in 2

      A major player in the Turkish fuel market is LUKOIL. In 2008, the company acquired a network of local gas stations for $ 555 million, now it has more than 600 gas stations in Turkey, with which LUKOIL occupies about 7% of the market.

      Another paper scam, as with "Plato."
      Puffed up, screamed, scared. Putin lowered fines, heard laudatory odes from the TV and ......
      I signed a decree and then reduced the fines, but the requisitions remained.
      The biggest blow to the Turks is the blow to tourism, but it is slowly weakening due to a sharp increase in charters from Minsk, as well as a significant increase in regular flights, allowing to bypass these sanctions.

      For 15 years, Putin has not been able to get rid of the commodity economy.
      1. Phantom Revolution
        Phantom Revolution 28 December 2015 16: 01 New
        +3
        Quote: AFS

        For 15 years, Putin has not been able to get rid of the commodity economy.

        It was necessary to save and restore what was left after the "help" of the West to the dashing 90s. Regarding the economy, it is not purely raw, no need to lie.
        Over the zero years, Russia's GDP has grown many times, while both the raw materials sector and the non-primary sector have grown. If all oil disappears tomorrow, our budget revenues will still be many times more than in the 1999 year.
        A significant part of the oil is now being refined inside Russia, at oil refineries. In 1999, we exported 60 mln tons of oil products, in 2014 this figure increased to 160 mln tons.
        1. AFS
          AFS 28 December 2015 16: 17 New
          -6
          Quote: Phantom Revolution
          It was necessary to save and restore what was left after the "help" of the West to the dashing 90s. Regarding the economy, it is not purely raw, no need to lie.

          Respected! And you are a liar!

          Oil price:
          January 2000 - $ 25.
          in 2011-2014, it did not fall below $ 100.
          Commodity structure of EXPORT of the Russian Federation with all countries January-June 2015
          http://www.customs.ru/index2.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21501:------
          ----2015--&catid=52:2011-01-24-16-28-57&Itemid=1978
          Russian exports [2] in January-July 2015 amounted to 210,5 billion US dollars and compared with January-July 2014 decreased by 30,6%.
          The basis of Russian exports in January-July 2015 to non-CIS countries was fuel and energy products, the share of which in the commodity structure of exports to these countries amounted to 68,5% (in January-July 2014 - 75,6%
          In January-July 2015, compared with January-July 2014, the value of fuel and energy products decreased by 36,6%, while the physical volume increased by 6,1%. Among the goods of the fuel and energy complex, the physical volumes of crude oil export increased by 8,7%, electricity - by 20,4%, oil products - by 11,7%, including: kerosene - by 36,7%, diesel fuel - by 11,4%, liquid fuels - by 13,8%. At the same time, physical volumes of export of hard coal decreased by 3,4%, natural gas supplies remained at the level of January-July 2014.
          PS For dessert, you have the structure of the gold and foreign exchange reserves of the Russian Federation. hi
          1. Svetoch
            Svetoch 28 December 2015 17: 27 New
            +5
            The man simply said that it is not purely raw and you called him a liar. And the figures themselves cited, which of course say that the basis is fuel and energy resources, but after all, they are not 100% or even 90%. Based on your data, it turns out that the Phantom Revolution is still not a liar. This is not good, not beautiful. sad
            1. AFS
              AFS 28 December 2015 17: 33 New
              -1
              Quote: Svetoch
              which of course say that the basis is fuel and energy resources, but after all, still not 100% or even 90%

              Is 75% a little?
              And if you add other raw materials?
              1. Phantom Revolution
                Phantom Revolution 28 December 2015 18: 07 New
                +2
                Quote: AFS
                Is 75% a little?
                And if you add other raw materials?

                Funny conclusions, but why do you think that Russia should not sell fuel and energy products? Which are in demand and generate revenue? Take the same Norway, which is not a frail part of its exports are fuel and energy products.

                Compared to 99, excluding mineral products, the Russian market has grown significantly, while the same 2010 excluding mineral products is comparable to 1999, but it contains an article on the sale of mineral products.

                Crude oil exports are also declining (this is production).


                1. AFS
                  AFS 28 December 2015 18: 13 New
                  -3
                  Quote: Phantom Revolution
                  Funny analysis, why do you think that Russia should not sell fuel and energy products? Which are in demand and generate revenue? Take the same Norway, which is not a frail part of its exports are fuel and energy products.

                  Yes, you are a manipulator!
                  The question was whether the raw material economy in Russia, and not whether it is good or bad?
                  And where does Norway come from? Why didn’t they remember Japan?
                  1. Svetoch
                    Svetoch 28 December 2015 19: 36 New
                    +1
                    And again it was said
                    Quote: Phantom Revolution
                    Quote: AFS

                    it is not purely raw
                    rather than
                    Quote: AFS
                    The question was whether the raw materials economy in Russia,
                    Catch the difference? You have a personal dislike for Phantom Revolution? You again baselessly blame a person
                    Quote: AFS
                    Yes, you are a manipulator!

                    Before it was
                    Quote: AFS
                    Respected! And you are a liar!
                    hi
                  2. Phantom Revolution
                    Phantom Revolution 28 December 2015 21: 40 New
                    +1
                    Quote: AFS
                    Yes, you are a manipulator!
                    The question was whether the raw material economy in Russia, and not whether it is good or bad?
                    And where does Norway come from? Why didn’t they remember Japan?

                    The answer was given to you, and the funny thing is, you yourself answered that the economy is not completely raw. Regarding Norway and similar countries, if you shout that it’s time to stop selling raw materials, they will look at you as a stupid person. If a country has huge reserves, why not use them? Japan does not have huge reserves of raw materials, like other countries, and if there were such resources, then they would also sell resources. Well, I will say this, in Japan they make good equipment, but they fly into space on our rockets.

                    Regarding your phrases, they touch me, at first you try to provoke me, then you accuse me of manipulations. Well, subtle trolling, though it's better for you to practice ..... it is tiring.
                  3. KaPToC
                    KaPToC 28 December 2015 22: 19 New
                    0
                    You brazenly substitute concepts, equating the Russian economy and Russia's exports. The Russian economy is NOT RAW. We can say that Russian exports have a high percentage of the fuel and raw materials sector.
                    The contribution of oil and gas revenues to Russia's GDP does not exceed 16 (sixteen) percent, oil makes up only 9% of Russia's GDP.
              2. Svetoch
                Svetoch 28 December 2015 19: 30 New
                +2
                Quote: AFS
                Is 75% a little?

                It's a lot. But in my understanding, “Purely raw” means that it is completely based on the sale of raw materials. Again, "completely" in my understanding is 100%. I proceed from this.
                1. AFS
                  AFS 28 December 2015 19: 48 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Svetoch
                  Quote: AFS
                  Is 75% a little?

                  It's a lot. But in my understanding, “Purely raw” means that it is completely based on the sale of raw materials. Again, "completely" in my understanding is 100%. I proceed from this.

                  Let's close the topic. I want a positive.
                  Happy you! drinks
                  1. Svetoch
                    Svetoch 28 December 2015 22: 44 New
                    +1
                    And you with the coming. drinks
          2. anfil
            anfil 28 December 2015 21: 57 New
            +1


    4. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 28 December 2015 15: 38 New
      +4
      The Turk, of course, must be punished. And Putin, if taken, will squeeze the enemy. I would like that with the same force I pressed on the government, since it does not want to part with it. Yes to the embezzlers and bribe takers of the local spill.
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    8. lis-ik
      lis-ik 28 December 2015 16: 06 New
      0
      Everything, as it was at the bases, and Polish and Turkish and European, is still so!
      1. lis-ik
        lis-ik 28 December 2015 16: 29 New
        0
        From the fact that you minus the counter sanctions, they won’t start working, but I don’t know that this is all there is by rumors about work every day!
        1. unsinkable
          unsinkable 28 December 2015 16: 54 New
          0
          Quote: lis-ik
          at work every day I come across this!

          I agree with you. I know about this because I live in a port city. yes
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  2. DobryAAH
    DobryAAH 28 December 2015 13: 38 New
    13
    GDP is doing the right thing, so now you need to row in this direction.
    1. seti
      seti 28 December 2015 13: 45 New
      32
      I fully support the food embargo against Turkey. What can they offer us that we cannot produce ourselves? Perhaps only fruits and some seafood. But Iran has already offered this to us in exchange for our grain and industrial goods. So Iran, at least for now, is our friend and it is mutually beneficial for us to develop trade relations in the Caspian with it.
      1. GDP
        GDP 28 December 2015 14: 01 New
        +1
        I have no doubt that an embargo against Turkey is necessary. But just to say that it will benefit us is stupid.
        We still have food sanctions against Europe. Of the alternatives in the west of the country, Turkey remained. Now the stream is blocked from there. All this will not affect the economy of our country. Another thing is that we have no choice, the aggressor must be punished so that others are not disobedient, albeit to the detriment of themselves ...
        We have already made ourselves very dependent on China, and the Chinese are not stupid and will use it to the fullest for our own benefit and to the detriment of us ...
        The downed Su24 caused tremendous damage to both Turkey and Russia, but it pleased everyone else. I won’t be surprised if the payment of the multi-billion tranche by the European Union to support refugees is nothing but a part of the fee for Turkey’s involuntary accession to a peculiar Western economic blockade.
        In fact, they are trying to put us in a hopeless situation, because the main markets for which there is export and import, of all types of goods and raw materials, are still located in the west, and not in the east ...
        1. ayyildiz
          ayyildiz 28 December 2015 14: 13 New
          -21
          Everything has already risen in price in stores, tomatoes, tangerines, fish! So, while ordinary people are losing!
          1. asar
            asar 28 December 2015 14: 36 New
            10
            From "Bumblebee"
            Sorry guys, I'm a new person on the site
            My question is - what, everything rotted away?

            I remember a trip south by car
            Wherever you go - in bulk fruits and vegetables!
            Is it hard to use all this ?!
            Or officials, what in the "system" (trips "here and there" at our expense, plus - "grandmothers" for a "tender") really do not want our Russian?
            1. rom8726
              rom8726 28 December 2015 14: 43 New
              -1
              I think tomatoes in our south from autumn to next summer will not lie fresh
          2. Konstantin Yu
            Konstantin Yu 28 December 2015 14: 41 New
            -3
            Quote: ayyildiz
            Everything has already risen in price in stores, tomatoes, tangerines, fish! So, while ordinary people are losing


            .. If, in your opinion, the “common people" is one that, like bread and a sight, loses, yes .. so such a people will never win.
          3. extremall
            extremall 28 December 2015 14: 48 New
            +1
            Winter. New Year. Didn't notice? Everything apparently should have dropped dramatically?
          4. Homo
            Homo 28 December 2015 15: 33 New
            +5
            Quote: ayyildiz
            ! So, while ordinary people are losing!

            And if Russia is silent and dries of spitting (in the form of a downed plane), then will the common people win a lot and just start to glow with happiness?
        2. seti
          seti 28 December 2015 14: 13 New
          17
          Why is this stupid? Justify. Well, let them hold sanctions against us and the more the better for you and me. So earlier we had to rely on our western "partners" and feed their inhabitants and farmers by buying from them what our working man in the village can and most importantly wants to do. Or a worker at the machine. That is, we take away from our citizen a place of work and a piece of bread from his family in favor of a citizen from behind a hill. Which, as a rule, doesn’t put us at all. The Turkish leadership played too much, the better for us. Let our people relax at our resorts - as a result, it makes sense for business to invest money in the development of infrastructure. There is a demand and an offer. The longer the sanctions, the stronger the industry and agriculture at home. And the more stable. When they sniff they will see how they laughed. And rightly so.
          1. Bosk
            Bosk 28 December 2015 14: 29 New
            +5
            And no one even says that it wakes up easily, and secondly, for example, I live in Latvia and that for example I got or lost because of these sanctions-castling ... nothing like plowing and plowing and living from paycheck to paycheck with a break for the advance, the only future does not look so optimistic as before, but the rich Pinocchio really lose quite a lot, I say this as a builder because it is in this industry that I am busy and see how everything has “fallen” over the past year or two ...
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          3. rom8726
            rom8726 28 December 2015 14: 45 New
            +1
            + besides Turkey, Thailand is also there, you can also relax there. Is this Matt Lee on your avatar as a Hero of Russia? Credited laughing good
        3. sisa29
          sisa29 28 December 2015 14: 51 New
          +3
          The strong did what they could, and the weak suffered as they should. (Thucydides is an ancient Greek historian)
      2. Dazdranagon
        Dazdranagon 28 December 2015 14: 20 New
        +2
        Quote: seti
        But Iran has already suggested this to us.
        - Yes, and Syria in the near future, I hope, we will support trade!
      3. rom8726
        rom8726 28 December 2015 14: 40 New
        +3
        the main thing - from Morocco to NG do not fight))
  3. ODERVIT
    ODERVIT 28 December 2015 13: 40 New
    +6
    Everything is correct, thought out and consistent. I support.
  4. Pereira
    Pereira 28 December 2015 13: 40 New
    +1
    So what?
    Will Erodogan get scared and stop buying stolen oil? Or apologize? Or stop supporting ISIS?
    1. DobryAAH
      DobryAAH 28 December 2015 13: 47 New
      14
      Not afraid, but undercover they will be pushed as much as possible out of Russia so that they do not conduct subversive activities in the regions. And the conditions were too favorable, you want in Tatarstan or elsewhere.
      1. Pereira
        Pereira 28 December 2015 14: 17 New
        +1
        This can be done without noise.
      2. cap
        cap 28 December 2015 14: 34 New
        +1
        Let compatriots present Mr. Erdogan with an invoice.
        For a business sold at a cheap price in Russia, or simply selected, by a local brotherhood, after a downed plane and two dead servicemen, in this vile provocation.
        A sort of transformation of Istanbul restaurants in the Matryoshka cafe.
        We know him more about the spells of diplomacy and the mantra of friendship.
        The truth about Erdogan’s friendship with Assad was recently written, and we see how it ended. hi
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    3. St Petrov
      St Petrov 28 December 2015 13: 47 New
      27
      Erdogan decided to cut down the easy dough on the igil, to make a new Ottoman empire and hell knows what else he wanted to do.

      In fact - the GDP will lose a certain number of billions, despite the profit with ISIS, the idea of ​​Syrian land has been unrealized and tension increased

      This is a failure. They will push him further - Turkey will lose even more.

      Rypnitsya on Qatari gas instead of ours - they will lose even more.

      He already realizes that he did stupidity is a fact. And he will lose more than he has - this is also a fact. So his head hurts - it’s real that he won’t get off with tomatoes

      Soon, their "elite" which raised money from trade with the Russian Federation will present it to him. For the struggle for power, throw up just an excuse ... Russia threw them a weighty argument. Let them gnaw at Erdogan.

      He will not shoot everyone. And journalists will still write the truth. And the sanctions will be stronger.

      One thing is bad - 1 trading partner in our commodity circulation was the EU, then Ukraine - then Turkey.
      3 of our main partners - chopped off. Naturally, we will lose from this too - but here I consider it a matter of principle. They all went in the woods. Get out. But we will depend less on all three - the main thing is not to stupid like Ukraine and look for real markets



      1. Peter endo
        Peter endo 28 December 2015 14: 38 New
        +3
        Those journalists who write the truth are not needed by anyone. All media around the world reflect the opinions of those who pay them money. This is the basic law of democracy.
    4. Roman1970
      Roman1970 28 December 2015 13: 54 New
      +2
      Quote: Pereira
      So what?
      Will Erodogan get scared and stop buying stolen oil? Or apologize? Or stop supporting ISIS?

      Quite possible. It all depends on the damage done to the Turkish economy. Turkey is not Russia, it is easier to twirl.
    5. Taygerus
      Taygerus 28 December 2015 13: 59 New
      +2
      no, it will not stop, it will cease laughing
    6. seti
      seti 28 December 2015 14: 23 New
      +8
      The purpose of our sanctions against Turkey is not to scare Erdogan, but to continue import substitution and the development of our industry with agriculture. Building a privilege in Russia. So in a few years, Turkish contractors are likely to leave home after the tomatoes. Let ours take their place. Let them leave an apology for the downed Su-24M - pay the full cost for it and the destroyed Mi-8. Compensation for the families of the victims. Let our tourists relax with us or in friendly countries. Turkey has shown itself to be not a friendly country. Erdogan will leave for the dustbin of history, we will think.
    7. rom8726
      rom8726 28 December 2015 14: 48 New
      +1
      Putin’s rating will be higher
    8. unsinkable
      unsinkable 28 December 2015 17: 08 New
      +2
      Quote: Pereira
      Or apologize? Or stop supporting ISIS?

      The answer is simple: either this or this. Or not this and not this. What is there to rack your brains. recourse
  5. Wolka
    Wolka 28 December 2015 13: 40 New
    10
    but it was said earlier, the Turks will not get off with tomatoes alone ...
  6. bad
    bad 28 December 2015 13: 41 New
    +5
    ... they won’t get off with tomatoes ..
    ... but about the "tomatoes" where? .. laughing laughing laughing
  7. zollstab
    zollstab 28 December 2015 13: 44 New
    +4
    Quote: Pereira
    So what?
    Will Erodogan get scared and stop buying stolen oil? Or apologize? Or stop supporting ISIS?

    Yes, let the voters shove him 100 x ... in the back!
    1. Denis56rus
      Denis56rus 28 December 2015 14: 26 New
      +1
      Quote: zollstab
      Quote: Pereira
      So what?
      Will Erodogan get scared and stop buying stolen oil? Or apologize? Or stop supporting ISIS?

      Yes, let the voters shove him 100 x ... in the back!

      Preferably a little lower
  8. zollstab
    zollstab 28 December 2015 13: 48 New
    +2
    I don’t know why membership in Russia has changed? in my profile?
    1. rom8726
      rom8726 28 December 2015 17: 14 New
      0
      IP affiliation is determined. When, for example, I go through the anonymizer, I’m either from the USA or from Guadeloupe :)
  9. Shuttle
    Shuttle 28 December 2015 13: 49 New
    +6
    "Cold revenge tastes best" is an Italian proverb.
    1. science fiction writer
      science fiction writer 28 December 2015 14: 37 New
      +2
      Quote: Shuttle
      "Cold revenge tastes best" is an Italian proverb.

      Before taking revenge, dig two graves -Confucius.
      We do not take revenge on anyone, we punish the crime.
  10. bad
    bad 28 December 2015 13: 50 New
    +2
    Quote: zollstab
    I don’t know why membership in Russia has changed? in my profile?

    maybe you are spies from great iceland? bully laughing
  11. Engineer
    Engineer 28 December 2015 13: 51 New
    -6
    So far, only the Russian people suffer from all these sanctions against Turkey. Yes, Turkey must be punished, but all these economic sanctions are possible only with its strong economy, and our government is worse than all Western sanctions combined. The policy of mutual transformation failed because of our government, which does not know what to do. They do not plan development for years, but based on the situation now, with a forecast for a couple of days. And with such a government are we going to strangle someone with economic sanctions? This is funny.
    1. DobryAAH
      DobryAAH 28 December 2015 15: 03 New
      0
      Then it was necessary to surrender at 41 immediately, because the people would certainly suffer. Russian people do not exchange the freedom of their country for balance.
      1. DobryAAH
        DobryAAH 28 December 2015 15: 45 New
        0
        And what can exchange the balance for freedom? And then I look, we don’t agree. The Ukraine, imposed from outside, this is the sale of freedom for the balance. Not all, of course, agree with such a policy there, many deceived by propaganda.
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  12. yuriy55
    yuriy55 28 December 2015 13: 51 New
    +6
    The most specific sanction is Russia should stop all contacts with Turkey while Erdogan is its president ... Everything else can be fixed, just as our relations with Germany have been fixed ...

    Tomatoes, tangerines, consumer goods, rest like "all inclusive", - for the second time. Sooner or later, these issues will be resolved in our favor ...
    hi
    1. S_last
      S_last 28 December 2015 17: 24 New
      +2
      For starters, it’s better to get to know who and how and in what cases Russia, Turkey traded. Tomatoes and tangerines there really are secondary, but the metal, mineral fertilizers, raw materials worth 15 billion sold by Russia to Turkey in 9 months of the year are primary. And the mandarins of tomatoes, cowards and inclusive are all together 3 billion.
  13. ydjin
    ydjin 28 December 2015 13: 52 New
    +1
    Once the Turks screwed up, then let them answer! Erdogan apparently show off cooler than money? Erdogan, you will answer for everything!
  14. Mercenary
    Mercenary 28 December 2015 13: 53 New
    14
    Something weak Mr. President!
    1 Where is the decree to stop the construction of gas stations in Turkey?
    2 Where is the decree on stopping the construction of the Southern Vice and the construction of the Turkish hub? (Or Miller will become poorer)
    3 Where is the decree on mining straits in case of inadequate actions (closure of straits) by Turkey.
    4 Drive all the Turkish construction companies, otherwise it turns out they left a hole! (register a Turkish construction company in Nigeria and continue to build.) Pay DECENTLY ours and will be built faster and better than Turks with cheap Moldovans.
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 28 December 2015 14: 05 New
      +3
      Our people do not need a decree in order not to do something. 1Already it was announced the suspension of the construction of a nuclear power plant. 2 I do not think that it is being built 3. Are you serious? Mining Decree belay and there are such decrees. 4 Construction companies have left the market, some. Those Turks who want to pay taxes in Nigeria, let them register companies there. Not a question, but I think that among them idiots are dumb.
      1. ayyildiz
        ayyildiz 28 December 2015 14: 15 New
        +2
        Nobody stopped anything and are unlikely to stop if they stop there huge penalties!
        1. DenZ
          DenZ 28 December 2015 14: 19 New
          0
          Nobody stopped anything and are unlikely to stop if they stop there huge penalties!

          Especially for those who do not read the news:
          http://www.svoboda.org/archive/radio-svoboda-news/11/016564/16564.html?id=274172

          60
          1. cap
            cap 28 December 2015 14: 58 New
            -2
            Quote: DenZ
            http://www.svoboda.org/archive/radio-svoboda-news/11/016564/16564.html?id=274172


            60

            I read the link. The cost structure is not indicated. This may be the cost of R&D. Well, yes, Kiriyenko got the money. It’s good that not for a large amount.
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      2. Dazdranagon
        Dazdranagon 28 December 2015 14: 24 New
        +1
        Quote: DenZ
        I do not think that they are building it
        - I can say for sure that the construction of a compressor station near Anapa is in full swing ... hi
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  15. YGV-97219
    YGV-97219 28 December 2015 13: 53 New
    0
    How is Vysotsky !? "The giraffe is big, he knows better!" wink
  16. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 28 December 2015 13: 54 New
    +1
    Duc, Dvorkovich said: "There will be further actions that will be announced ...", which, in translation means: "but by tomatoes... later" laughing
  17. Vladimir 1964
    Vladimir 1964 28 December 2015 13: 59 New
    +7
    To my shame, I didn’t understand anything in the new decree, why would the author of this information not disclose the contents of these changes somewhat? It would be clearer for a category like me, but I do not think that many users clearly understood the content. I hope that at least the changes will increase pressure on Turkey. hi
    Do not judge strictly, colleagues, law was not taught in infantry schools. repeat
    1. FIREMAN
      FIREMAN 28 December 2015 14: 10 New
      +1
      In general, as I understood from the text, a “plug” is introduced for goods and services related to the conclusion and implementation of contracts for defense products (dual-use). The decree introduces the right to conclude transactions in special cases (defense, space, etc.) between Russian and Turkish companies. They m / b allowed (by the government of the Russian Federation).
      investments in business entities of strategic importance for ensuring the country's defense and state security

      The bottom line: you can for the defense, but eat the tomatoes yourself.
      Only I did not understand myself, but what strengthened where?
    2. AFS
      AFS 28 December 2015 17: 17 New
      +1
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      To my shame, I didn’t understand anything in the new decree, why would the author of this information not disclose the contents of these changes somewhat? It would be clearer for a category like me, but I do not think that many users clearly understood the content. I hope that at least the changes will increase pressure on Turkey. hi
      Do not judge strictly, colleagues, law was not taught in infantry schools. repeat

      If it’s simple, then the restrictions also apply to business projects in Russia, in which the owners are Turks.
      1. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 28 December 2015 18: 23 New
        0
        Quote: AFS
        If it’s simple, then the restrictions also apply to business projects in Russia, in which Turkish owners


        A colleague, I have to repeat that he himself didn’t understand anything. hi
        1. AFS
          AFS 28 December 2015 18: 49 New
          0
          1st amendment.
          added;
          as well as for organizations controlled by citizens of the Republic of Turkey and (or) organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey
          The signs that organizations are under the control of citizens of the Republic of Turkey and (or) organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey are determined in accordance with parts 1 and 2 of Article 5 of Federal Law dated April 29, 2008 No. 57-FZ “On the Procedure for Making Foreign Investments in Economic societies of strategic importance for ensuring the country's defense and state security ”;”;
          If, before the amendment, the ban applied only to enterprises that were under the jurisdiction of Turkey, then after and to enterprises that are even indirectly controlled by the Turks. (Through funds, contracts, shares, shares, etc.)
          2st amendment.
          this is a list of contracts that will not be covered by the ban. (the concept has been added to the wording as in the 1st amendment, on the indirect ownership of enterprises)
  18. bad
    bad 28 December 2015 14: 01 New
    +1
    Quote: SklochPensioner
    Duc, Dvorkovich said: "There will be further actions that will be announced ...", which, in translation means: "but by tomatoes... later" laughing
    laughing laughing laughing
  19. nrex
    nrex 28 December 2015 14: 09 New
    -3
    Quote: sever.56
    http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/881/urmy285.png

    If they ask us strongly, then we have fruits, vegetables and fish of various calibers, from a nuclear case of one kiloton to special equipment, Status, 150 megatons.
  20. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 28 December 2015 14: 23 New
    -9
    Currencies in the country after the fall of oil will be less than five times. almost all of the volatility came from the sale of oil and gas, a little more for weapons. Now they block all possible channels of currency leakage from the country, well, except for direct withdrawal by "those who can." Therefore, the logic of all sanctions is simple - we reduce national consumption for foreign currency from abroad, ideally we stop it. The free circulation of currency within the country is sharply limited, ideally - we withdraw from the people. Soon we recall Bulgakov - "citizens hand over the currency." We let the remaining or saved currency only on the really necessary things - the purchase of US state bonds, the purchase of luxury goods for the "family", the payment of debts to "our Western partners." There are no other meanings in all these restrictions. If there were no conflict with Turkey-Europe, it would have to be invented. Which, incidentally, was apparently done by demonstratively flying in an unprotected aircraft with a demonstrative violation of the border.
  21. Velizariy
    Velizariy 28 December 2015 14: 24 New
    +2
    [quote = c. Petrov]
    ... And the journalists will still write the truth ...
    He smiled very much) I don’t even know what to compare with)) It's like a virgin prostitute)))
    A journalist is always controlled by someone; he presents information in a way that is beneficial to him. A journalist is always part of the ruling system; he is not independent.
    1. mart-kot
      mart-kot 28 December 2015 14: 55 New
      +2
      not ruling, but paying.
  22. ayyildiz
    ayyildiz 28 December 2015 14: 41 New
    0
    Russia is winning trading with Turkey!
    1. cap
      cap 28 December 2015 15: 06 New
      +2
      Quote: ayyildiz
      Russia is winning trading with Turkey!


      This is you children of the dead military exclamations put without comment. hi
      1. cap
        cap 28 December 2015 16: 16 New
        -2
        They put a minus because Turkish tomatoes are still sweeter than the country's honor.
        If yes, bon appetit! hi
        ayyildiz RU Today, 14:41

        Russia is winning trading with Turkey!
  23. ibu355yandex.ru
    ibu355yandex.ru 28 December 2015 14: 44 New
    -2
    All this is good ... But Tatarstan is strongly against such a development of events! Hopefully, the GDP advisers have left room for maneuver. We still lacked internal ethnic disputes.
  24. ML-334
    ML-334 28 December 2015 14: 47 New
    +4
    Oh yeah ... If we don’t give the Turks a muzzle, tomorrow someone else will be tempted to try and shoot down the plane. Some sort of aircraft do not stock up.
  25. WHEEL
    WHEEL 28 December 2015 15: 18 New
    -9
    Quote: ML-334
    Oh yeah ... If we don’t give the Turks a muzzle, tomorrow someone else will be tempted to try and shoot down the plane. Some sort of aircraft do not stock up.

    not scary, we got planes! and we’ll give up so many cucumbers -Know Ours!
  26. hohkn
    hohkn 28 December 2015 15: 37 New
    +2
    Quote: Andrew Y.
    the damage from our sanctions directly depends on the Igilov oil, if the flow continues, a penny of losses from a tomato, and from tourism ... there are those who want it.

    From oil profit (albeit huge) get units close and personally Erdogan himself. But sanctions hit the wallet of the main part of the business, which gets nothing from the sale of stolen oil.
  27. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 28 December 2015 15: 38 New
    0
    Everything is logical, as they say: "For what they fought, they ran into it!"
  28. satelit24
    satelit24 28 December 2015 15: 43 New
    +4
    HOW - THESE SANCTIONAL GOODS LAY IN THE MARKET - SO LIKE! ONLY THE PRODUCER IS NOW BELARUS AND UZBEKISTAN! (SEMGU FROM UZBEKISTAN SEEN! belay ) I rejoiced for them.
  29. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 28 December 2015 15: 58 New
    +1
    What SANCTIONS are you talking about? I read this word only in an illiterate heading to the article !!! read the text of the Decree and do not be ashamed, gentlemen!
  30. anfil
    anfil 28 December 2015 16: 06 New
    -1
    Quote: AFS
    For 15 years, Putin has not been able to get rid of the commodity economy.


    And who can ?!
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    2. AFS
      AFS 28 December 2015 16: 55 New
      +1
      Another tale.
      GDP in:
      2013 69453 billion rubles.
      2014 (including Crimea) 71345 billion rubles.
      2015 (quarterly calculation) 72276 billion rubles.
      Do you know the dollar rate?
      The same per capita in 2015.
      The inflation rate in 2015 is 15-17%.
      International (gold and currency) reserves of the Russian Federation as of December 18.12.2015, 368,9 - XNUMX billion US dollars
      Pensions are approximately the same.
      Salary - ask readers of the site.
      And on the public debt interesting facts.
      The public debt of Russia for 2012-2014 increased by 92 percent. This was stated by the chairman of the Accounts Chamber (JV) Tatyana Golikova, according to a press release on the agency’s website. The main increase in debt, by 36,4 percent, came in the past year. According to the joint venture, the reason for this was to attract federal loan bonds worth a trillion rubles for the Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA).

      Over the past three years, debt servicing expenses have grown by 58 percent to 415,6 billion rubles a year. According to Golikova, borrowing at ineffective expenses is “the road to nowhere.”

      The chairman of the joint venture also noted the tendency to increase the state debt of the regions, which has been observed since 2012. As of September 1, it amounted to 2,116 trillion rubles. If earlier the growth was due to commercial loans, now debt is increasing due to budget borrowing.

      According to Golikova, the income base of the regions was seriously affected by the decision to create consolidated groups of taxpayers. In practice, this led to a substantial redistribution of income between different subjects of the Federation.

      As of September 1, 2015, according to the Ministry of Finance, the domestic public debt amounted to almost 7 trillion rubles, which is almost 10 percent of GDP. External public debt amounted to 51,3 billion dollars, which is approximately equal to 3,4 trillion rubles.



      And do not forget about the debts of state corporations, where the main owner is the State.
      According to the Central Bank, Russia's external public debt in an expanded definition (the so-called state debt together with the debt of state-owned companies) is more than $ 377 billion.
      1. anfil
        anfil 28 December 2015 17: 12 New
        0
        For all props.
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  31. martin-159
    martin-159 28 December 2015 16: 14 New
    +1
    The Turks supplied many civilian weapons. Smoothbore, pneumatics.
  32. Tagan
    Tagan 28 December 2015 16: 19 New
    0
    Quote: Vladimir 1964
    To my shame, I didn’t understand anything in the new decree, why would the author of this information not disclose the contents of these changes somewhat? It would be clearer for a category like me, but I do not think that many users clearly understood the content. I hope that at least the changes will increase pressure on Turkey. hi
    Do not judge strictly, colleagues, law was not taught in infantry schools. repeat

    here, in addition to changes, nothing is given))) the text of an item such and such changes to the text such and such. meaning in such information is zero without reference to the main text.
  33. David 2633
    David 2633 28 December 2015 17: 00 New
    -4
    I have a feeling that our authorities are doing everything so that the people themselves go out and overthrow this oligarchic
  34. David 2633
    David 2633 28 December 2015 17: 10 New
    0
    He would have resigned, no strength to look at his lies, do not give a damn at least 500 minuses, I have the right to my opinion
    1. anfil
      anfil 28 December 2015 17: 22 New
      +4
      One teacher had a student who never smiled, was always gloomy and depressed. Master decided to help him.

      “Let's do one experiment,” the teacher asked him, “you need to find and try to remember all the brown objects that are in this room.”
      The student looked around. There were many such items in the room. Furniture, window frames, cornices and a host of other trifles.
      - Now close your eyes.
      The student hoped for praise, because he remembered everything, until the smallest trifle, he closed his eyes.
      “Please tell me all the objects in blue.”
      - How blue !? You asked to remember objects in brown. And in general I did not see anything blue in the room!
      “Open your eyes and you will see how many blue things are here.”
      Opening his eyes, the student in amazement examined the room. He simply could not believe it. Indeed, the curtains, the chandelier, even the carpet that lay in the middle of the room were blue.
      - It's impossible! How so! - but soon the surprise gave way to anger. - It's your fault! He shouted to the teacher. “You asked me to remember brown!”

      Master just smiled.
      - The experiment was a success. This is exactly what I wanted to draw your attention to. If a person in his life focuses on the bad, he simply cannot see how much good is happening nearby.

      - But it always seemed to me that expecting the worst from life, a person protects himself from disappointments. And all the joys will be a wonderful surprise.

      - No you are not right! - answered the teacher. - If you expect only bad things from life, you focus on the bad, then you get the bad. Another position is better in many ways. If a person is looking for good in life, his life is filled with a huge number of wonderful things. And even in the problems that have arisen, he will highlight the positive points. Walk boldly through life and try to notice only the good, then disappointments will leave you! - summed up the wise teacher.
    2. Dazdranagon
      Dazdranagon 29 December 2015 10: 56 New
      0
      Quote: David 2633
      He would have resigned
      - whom do you see in his place?
  35. a housewife
    a housewife 28 December 2015 18: 47 New
    0
    I liked the parable of flowers. Thank. smile
  36. Cobra77
    Cobra77 28 December 2015 20: 09 New
    +1
    And what's the point? The Turks do not care more about sanctions than we do. And given that this is a double-edged sword .... The EU and even more so when the Americans introduced the sanctions, they had little to lose, I would say almost nothing. In our version, the losses will be significant. And the effect is not enough. What, do the Turks change their policies or run to repent? Not. Like we did not do this. If the task is simply to squeeze out the Turks from the domestic market, then it makes sense. The only question is who and how to replace. Because with the same import substitution there are more words than real deeds. But it seems like a year has passed. So far, I see more deterioration in the assortment in the store, an increase in prices and deterioration in the quality of products. It is clear that the attack on Turkey must be answered, without options. Only the answer is somehow strange. Somewhat reminiscent of "spite my mother frostbitten ears."