“We are collecting evidence. We in international courts will restore the rights of all victims ... Trade must have a moral basis, ”the minister said.
After the imposition of sanctions by Moscow, “Turkish business suffers significant losses in both the food and tourism sectors of the economy,” the newspaper writes.
According to her, Turkey "plans to redirect its exports to Kenya, Nigeria and other African countries."
Earlier, Deputy Economic Development Minister Alexei Likhachev, responding to a question on the impact of the restrictions entered Moscow, said: "What we have going on this year with a turnover? He is falling, I think that we will not exceed the sum of 18-19 billion dollars this year. This is the lowest figure in recent years. ”
“Next year (2016), a decrease in turnover is predicted to be at least the sum of the restrictions that Russia imposed,” he added. “The food group is 800 million dollars.”
The agency recalls that special measures against Ankara that came into force on 1 in January include, among others, “a ban on the importation of Turkish products, cancellation of charter flights, suspension of a visa-free regime, prohibition of the majority of Russian employers to hire Turkish citizens”, etc.