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Tehran bans re-export of Turkish food products to the Russian Federation

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The head of the Iranian Ministry of Trade, Mohammad Nematzade, signed an order banning the resale of Turkish goods to Russia, reports RIA News IRNA report.




According to the agency, this measure was taken to “secure the Iranian producers against the background of the tense relations between Turkey and Russia”.

“Re-export of Turkish goods by Iranian traders goes against Iran’s general export regulations,” the ministry said.

The ministry noted that "Iranian manufacturers should use good relations between Tehran and Moscow to export goods produced in Iran."

In mid-January, the Rosselkhoznadzor reported that it had received "assurances from Iran of its intention to take all possible measures to prevent the importation of prohibited Turkish products under the guise of Iranian into the Russian market."

RIA "News"Reminds that since January 1, Russia" has banned the import of chicken, tomatoes, onions, cauliflowers, cucumbers, oranges and tangerines, grapes, apples, pears, peaches, plums and strawberries from Turkey.
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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 24 January 2016 10: 08
    +1
    So-so. So we are imposing sanctions, but we ourselves are chewing Turkish and Polish.
    1. MIKHAN
      MIKHAN 24 January 2016 10: 09
      61
      Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 24 January 2016 10: 11
        41
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...

        As we see, Iran also. And besides, it is in his interests.
        1. Mahmut
          Mahmut 24 January 2016 12: 10
          26
          Old Man, shake on the mustache, how decent partners should behave.
        2. Talgat
          Talgat 25 January 2016 11: 19
          0
          Well, it’s not from the kindness of the soul of course - and not for nothing
          Iran is well aware that there are real and dangerous enemies around - the United States and the whole west. Israel and the Saudis with all the Qatari emirates, and even Turkey is an opponent of Iran, and thus
          that he has no allies and support except Russia and the CSTO countries

          It is no coincidence that in recent years, the Iranian media and the government have been using epithets to the Russian Federation and KZ only as friendly countries. friends. etc
          And it is no coincidence that Iran is the first in the line, even in the SCO, even in the free trade zone with the Eurasian Union, wherever they’re just taken it (invite them to the CSTO or the Customs Union - they will come running with joy)

          Iran has received huge "gifts" and aid from the CSTO and China already
          1) The diplomatic roof in the UN - for whom are Churkin and the Chinese "cut down" for Iran?
          2) Trade - the supply of all that is missing (Russia China CSTO countries)
          3) Russia's participation in the war in Syria - openly already - on the side of Iran and Hezbollah
          4) the construction and launch a year ago by Kazakhstan of a joint railway with Iran through Turkmenistan - a breakthrough of the blockade and now the opportunity to get everything you need if something happens - first of all, wheat from KZ. The manifold increase in trade turnover voiced by management in the coming years
          5)
          6) and so on and probably we still don’t know everything
      2. vlad66
        vlad66 24 January 2016 10: 12
        61
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...

        I wish the dad would wind up on his mustache in Belarus, what should he do if he considers himself a strategic ally. request
        1. dmi.pris
          dmi.pris 24 January 2016 10: 25
          11
          This is what he calls himself so ... But in reality it’s just a TRAVELER .. He looks first of all at his moshna (in principle, he does good for his country, but under the guise of slogans and an agreement he is always ready to shit Moscow)
          Quote: vlad66
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...

          I wish the dad would wind up on his mustache in Belarus, what should he do if he considers himself a strategic ally. request
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 24 January 2016 11: 52
            +8
            Vlad66
            I wish the dad would wind up on his mustache in Belarus, what should he do if he considers himself a strategic ally

            Lukashenka’s affairs in Belarus are bad. There processes begin, as in Ukraine. Belarusian nationalists supported from abroad, in conjunction with the Ukrainians, raise their heads against Russia, and, it seems, the “father” bends strongly under them.
            The strategic alliance of Belarus with Russia, it seems, is already under a big question.
          2. znorick
            znorick 24 January 2016 12: 19
            15
            in principle, he does good for his country
            "Good" can be safely enclosed in quotes. He did the so-called "good" while Russia allowed him to speculate with oil and gas - hence the "Belarusian economic miracle". In fact, when the shop was closed, only a zilch was left of the Belarusian economy. The people are becoming impoverished, idiotic laws are introduced (for example, if a person does not work, then he must pay a tax on parasitism), officials have completely lost their girdles, but in all the local media "we have good luck."
            In relation to Russia, Solntseliky always showed his cunning nature, nevertheless, genes make themselves felt - for those who do not know, "the prezidant of Belarusi" is a descendant of Shklov's gypsies.
            Russian people, get rid of naivety towards Lukashenko - Rygorych takes full advantage of this!
            1. 34 region
              34 region 24 January 2016 13: 08
              +4
              And what? Only in Belarus, things are bad? Has Russia muddied the global crisis? Or does everyone just get hurt and just have a dad full of seams?
            2. dmi.pris
              dmi.pris 24 January 2016 14: 27
              +1
              Yes, in Russia for a long time there are no illusions about the dad ... Well, about the law on parasitism, you can argue that it is idiotic .. It would be nice to force the "majors" to make even a little effort in relation to the economy of their country ..
              Quote: znorick
              in principle, he does good for his country
              "Good" can be safely enclosed in quotes. He did the so-called "good" while Russia allowed him to speculate with oil and gas - hence the "Belarusian economic miracle". In fact, when the shop was closed, only a zilch was left of the Belarusian economy. The people are becoming impoverished, idiotic laws are introduced (for example, if a person does not work, then he must pay a tax on parasitism), officials have completely lost their girdles, but in all the local media "we have good luck."
              In relation to Russia, Solntseliky always showed his cunning nature, nevertheless, genes make themselves felt - for those who do not know, "the prezidant of Belarusi" is a descendant of Shklov's gypsies.
              Russian people, get rid of naivety towards Lukashenko - Rygorych takes full advantage of this!
        2. Fitter65
          Fitter65 24 January 2016 10: 58
          12
          Yeah, he is taking advantage of the grandmother's opportunity to shear. Recently I saw "Atlantic krill meat" made in Brest, where the Atlantic ends here ...
          1. sa-ag
            sa-ag 24 January 2016 11: 18
            +9
            Quote: Fitter65
            Recently I saw "Atlantic krill meat" made in Brest.

            Brest is also in France :-)
            1. shuhartred
              shuhartred 24 January 2016 13: 59
              -7
              Quote: sa-ag
              Brest is also in France :-)

              Examination passed the geography make the discount illiterate.
          2. vlad66
            vlad66 24 January 2016 12: 03
            13
            Quote: Fitter65
            Brest. the Atlantic is just ending here ...

            Well, it’s not for nothing that Psaka sent the 6th fleet there. fellow
        3. Very old
          Very old 24 January 2016 11: 01
          13
          As far as Father I remember, he faces Russia, then his back, but more sideways, sideways, sideways ...
          It’s clear that he is following the interests of his country
          But it’s time to decide
          1. znorick
            znorick 24 January 2016 12: 28
            +7
            As far as Father I remember, he faces Russia, then his back, but more sideways, sideways, sideways ...
            It’s clear that he is following the interests of his country
            But it’s time to decide

            Sorry about my French - he doesn’t watch, but he pukes on the interests of his country. Development stopped a long time ago, legislation is replete with absurdity and nonsense, officials are scurrying, people are becoming impoverished, communal services are growing, I don’t even mention the dollar (and for Belarusians this is a very sore subject). But the worst of all is the position he took in the Ukraine - fraternizing with Poroshenko, talking all sorts of nonsense about Crimea, and at the same time cynically and constantly whining about how "Belarusians rotted with Russians in the trenches in the Great Patriotic War", hinting at handouts.
            Belarus is a bankrupt country, especially politically. Russia should not rely on it.
            1. 34 region
              34 region 24 January 2016 13: 34
              -7
              And what to do dad if half of the production goes to Russia, and our ruble sank. And our ruble sank from the high growth rates of our economy !? wink Yes, and they buy something for bucks. And how do they trade after that with Russia? It is clear that the West will not support the dad’s economy. He does not need competitors and they will stupidly remove them. A dad needs to somehow gain time. There are few resources. Russia threw, as the problem itself. The West will only help to drown, as it is itself in problems. And what to do dad?
              1. Saratoga833
                Saratoga833 24 January 2016 17: 35
                +3
                Quote: Region 34
                And what to do dad?

                And do not try to sit immediately on 3 chairs!
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          1. BaLaLaykin
            BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 11: 44
            +3
            Tatyana: He himself helped to raise goals, in the hope of obtaining a loan from the EU. And he did not receive a loan, and the chair staggered
        5. atalef
          atalef 24 January 2016 12: 46
          -7
          Quote: vlad66
          Thank you Iran for your support! We remember good

          Quote: vlad66
          I wish the dad would wind up on his mustache in Belarus, what should he do if he considers himself a strategic ally.

          And for that, in general, thanks?
          if there will come something cheap to the place of re-export?
          In general, this will lead only to one thing (I don’t touch Turkey at all, I relate to re-export as such from the EU as well) - the rise in prices of goods on the domestic Russian market.
          1. avva2012
            avva2012 24 January 2016 12: 57
            0
            A decrease in the purchasing power of citizens is the first thing that will happen. The crisis, after all, to keep inflation in check, will keep wage growth. So that there will not be a sharp peak in price increase.
            1. atalef
              atalef 24 January 2016 13: 12
              +4
              Quote: avva2012
              A decrease in the purchasing power of citizens is the first thing that will happen. The crisis, after all, to contain inflation, will keep wage growth


              It is impossible to restrain the purchasing power of the population at ever increasing prices - since this automatically leads to impoverishment, social tension .-- this time.
              Secondly
              lack of money is a curtailment of business activity and, as a result, bankruptcy of small (mainly) businesses and, as a result, unemployment benefits, social. voltage, etc.
              well, thirdly
              in accordance with the law, the state is obliged to index social payments and pensions in relation to inflation
              Quote: avva2012
              So that the sharp peak of the rise in price will not be

              Watching what I mean.
              import will rise in price automatically, while local ones will catch up.
              1. avva2012
                avva2012 24 January 2016 13: 46
                +2
                automatically leads to impoverishment, social tension .-- this time.
                secondly, the lack of money is the curtailment of business activity and, as a result, the bankruptcy of small (mainly) businesses and, as a result, unemployment benefits

                You lived in Russia (USSR). What does the calculation from the textbook of economics have to do with it?
                Where, have you seen small business with us? And, if there is, are they what taxes are paid? Medium and large, also raising the price is not profitable. There will be no trade, but there will be shopping centers, will they just like that? You forgot that in Russia the winter of 9 months is not only in Siberia. Heating, yes. Stop thinking with Western cliches. Russia is a country that causes cognitive dissonance in the whole world (Western). On our territory, the laws of the universe do not apply.
                1. Yeraz
                  Yeraz 24 January 2016 15: 43
                  0
                  Quote: avva2012
                  Where, have you seen small business with us?

                  Yes, right now there are practically none. All major networks.
                  Quote: avva2012
                  And, if there is, are they what taxes are paid?

                  I don’t know how in the regions, but in St. Petersburg and Moscow they pay.
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          2. BaLaLaykin
            BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 12: 59
            +4
            Atalefu: Your products, too, are becoming more expensive. And in general, Russia is time to switch to its products, than to buy your chemistry
            1. atalef
              atalef 24 January 2016 13: 14
              -4
              Quote: Lalaika
              Atalefu: Your products are also becoming more expensive


              This is becoming more expensive for you. the dollar is growing, and you are not being traded for rubles.
              By the way. why under the noise?
              Quote: Lalaika
              .And in general, it's time for Russia to switch to its products, than to buy your chemistry

              Are you talking about that?
              1. BaLaLaykin
                BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 13: 20
                +3
                Atalefu: I respected about this: http://newsland.com/news/detail/id/1072133/ or this: http: //9tv.co.il/news/2012/11/06/138251.html
                1. atalef
                  atalef 24 January 2016 13: 35
                  -2
                  Quote: Lalaika
                  http://9tv.co.il/news/2012/11/06/138251.html


                  The fruits and vegetables most infected with pesticides in Israel are grapes, apples, celery. On the other hand, many fruits have been found that do not contain pesticides. This is pasiflora, avocado, onion, sweet potato - sweet potato.


                  The study showed that almost all vegetables and fruits found certain types of chemicals used to protect against decay, as well as from insects and rodents. In total, about 105 chemicals were identified. About 20 of them are considered dangerous for the human nervous system, and 15 are considered carcinogenic.

                  Pasiflora, Avocado, sprouts (navatim), sweet potato and onion are recognized as the cleanest chemicals and vegetables.

                  The Partnership recommends that people thoroughly wash all vegetables and fruits before eating.

                  But in Russia, fruits and vegetables do not need to be washed?
                  1. BaLaLaykin
                    BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 13: 41
                    +2
                    Do not distort, dear! You have to use chemistry because of soil poverty, the Russians are cleaner in this regard. We do not need to use such strong carcinogens. That's why I say that you need to grow your own, well, if exotic, like mango and kiwi, it grows by 300 percent then most people will not care
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 24 January 2016 13: 49
                      0
                      Quote: Lalaika
                      Do not distort, dear! You have to use chemistry in connection with the poverty of the soil, the Russians are cleaner in this regard

                      The import of any agricultural products (and Israel exports it not only to Russia, but also to Europe and America) is subject not only to certification. but also checks for harmful substances.
                      I'm not talking about such control in the domestic Israeli market.
                      If sold, exported and imported, then at least it is in strict standards and requirements.

                      Any agricultural products are manufactured using chemicals and pesticides in any country. And Russia is no exception.
                      Further, it may be of course not chernozems here, as in Russia, but today we provide ourselves with CX products, and even export to half the world and to Russia as well. and not vice versa.

                      Quote: Lalaika
                      We don’t need to use such powerful carcinogens.

                      I’m sure that you are not a specialist in CX, and even more so in pesticides and fertilizers.
                      Pesticides, Carl, Concogenes is another.
                      Quote: Lalaika
                      well, and exotic types like mango and kiwi if they grow by 300 percent

                      300% is how?
                      By the way, for some, mango and kiwi are exotic, but for someone ... and no wink
                      Quote: Lalaika
                      then most people will not care


                      This is clear . But what did you want to prove?
                      1. BaLaLaykin
                        BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 14: 01
                        +3
                        I wanted to prove that Russia itself should provide vegetables and fruits, and not buy abroad what it can grow itself, and not rejoice in the arrival of Iran or anyone else. I hope that someday it will be so, and in Israel due to the loss market prices will fall in price, otherwise you people are very unhappy that tomatoes are 15 shekels wink
          3. lis-ik
            lis-ik 24 January 2016 13: 04
            0
            Persimmon "Sharon" and so it was not cheap, and now under 400 rubles. purchase for a kilo, who makes money on the sly? By the way, I suspect that our outbid was also in advance.
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            2. atalef
              atalef 24 January 2016 13: 16
              -3
              Quote: lis-ik
              Persimmon "Sharon" and so it was not cheap, and now under 400 rubles. purchase for a kilo, who makes money on the sly?

              Is it like 5 bucks a kilo? 20 shekels a kilogram?
              Copecks
              , although of course more expensive than ours.

              Quote: lis-ik
              By the way, I suspect that our outbids also got a little fuss.

              No, we generally supply everything to everyone for free.
              belay
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          5. Yeraz
            Yeraz 24 January 2016 15: 41
            0
            Quote: atalef
            And for that, in general, thanks?
            if there will come something cheap to the place of re-export?
            In general, this will lead only to one thing (I don’t touch Turkey at all, I relate to re-export as such from the EU as well) - the rise in prices of goods on the domestic Russian market.

            Brother, I know for sure that Turkish goods are already exported to different cities of Russia.
            Recently, people came to us who offered Turkish tomato to St. Petersburg and Moscow, how to carry Azerbaijan. We were surprised, thought it would settle down and then, but it turns out that TIPO Azerbaijani products are already in full swing.
            And the joke is that Turkish goods are coming and the price is already much higher. Since Azerbaijani tomatoes are always sold more expensive because of better quality and at any cost for customs.
            In Lithuania, whether Latvia, the sanctioned goods for 1 truck for 1000-2000 euros are converted into Azerbaijan or the products of another country.
            It’s like in Russia, they didn’t tear their throats. There is a reality of product dependence. You can get away from this, but if you invest smartly, support the producers and you will get the result IN A FEW YEARS. There is no alternative yet.
          6. Starshina wmf
            Starshina wmf 24 January 2016 15: 58
            +1
            Don’t be afraid everything always rises in price three times a year. The people live. And you just don’t like that we have good relations with Iran. They don’t like you. In the BV, except for the Turks, everyone seems to dislike you, so you protect the Turks.
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 28 January 2016 17: 15
              0
              Quote: Starshina wmf
              Don’t be afraid everything always rises in price three times a year. The people live. And you just don’t like that we have good relations with Iran. They don’t like you. In the BV, except for the Turks, everyone seems to dislike you, so you protect the Turks.

              Was all this written to me ?? And what do you mean by saying YOU no one likes BV.
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        7. Gormenghast
          Gormenghast 24 January 2016 12: 58
          +3
          And, I will notice this "Union State".

          Iran is getting closer to Belarus. As if Lukashenko didn’t end in the manner of Yanukovych, he also fawned on the zapadents.
      3. dmi.pris
        dmi.pris 24 January 2016 10: 17
        +7
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...
      4. APASUS
        APASUS 24 January 2016 10: 22
        17
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...

        Iran has a real chance to raise its agriculture at the expense of such a buyer, so there is nothing wrong.
        1. atalef
          atalef 24 January 2016 12: 49
          +4
          Quote: APASUS
          Iran has a real chance to raise its agriculture at the expense of such a buyer, so there is nothing wrong.


          Iran?
          Iran Agriculture

          There are few fertile lands in the country. The main agricultural areas are located in the Isfahan basin, northern Khorasan, Fars, Qazvin and the plain of Varamin.

          The share of agriculture in GDP is about 11%.

          Why not Russia?
          1. avva2012
            avva2012 24 January 2016 12: 58
            +2
            Why not Russia?
            And the climate is not for the production of pistachios. smile
          2. BaLaLaykin
            BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 13: 02
            +3
            Atalefu: Here, here. First of all, there should be a Russian product, and then all sorts of feijua and mango. And then we export carrots from Israel, tin
          3. APASUS
            APASUS 24 January 2016 15: 17
            +2
            Quote: atalef
            Iran?

            Iran has. Israel can have irrigated areas, but Iran can’t?
            It’s just that not everything can be grown in Russia, but when in Israel strawberries are harvested from us in the snow .......
            Quote: atalef
            Why not Russia?

            The issue with Russia does not rise at all, it goes without saying. The climate does not allow growing all year round
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        3. sherp2015
          sherp2015 24 January 2016 20: 07
          0
          Quote: APASUS
          Iran has a real chance to raise its agriculture at the expense of such a buyer, so there is nothing wrong.


          Let them not be zealous with the sale of oil ...
      5. SSR
        SSR 24 January 2016 10: 32
        +4
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! ..

        + otherwise we can’t live without strawberries. January and there is no strawberry on the table! It is urgent to the swamp))))
        Quote: vlad66
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...

        I wish the dad would wind up on his mustache in Belarus, what should he do if he considers himself a strategic ally. request

        +
        1. Very old
          Very old 24 January 2016 11: 05
          +1
          Oh la! And in the swamps Cranberry - such a leafy one - Balzac told the world about it wassat
      6. tol100v
        tol100v 24 January 2016 10: 47
        10
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...

        But Old Man Lukashenko does not hesitate to trade with Russia goods from Dill and Poland!
      7. alone
        alone 24 January 2016 11: 23
        +4
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...


        Most of all, Iran thinks about itself than about the Russian Federation and Turkey. Iran tries to sell its products, which it produces itself. As a representative of the country bordering Iran and familiar with Iranian products, I dare to assure you: Do not flatter yourself too. Iranian product is worse than Turkish in quality) .
        1. sa-ag
          sa-ag 24 January 2016 11: 36
          +1
          Quote: lonely
          Iran thinks more about itself than about Russia and Turkey

          Of course, this is the same with China. Iran plans to reach a turnover of 600 billion. I note dollars
          1. alone
            alone 24 January 2016 11: 58
            +3
            Quote: sa-ag
            Of course, this is the same with China. Iran plans to reach a turnover of 600 billion. I note dollars

            Well, of course. If Iran acts to please its national interests, why should Iran be thanked for this? And why should Russians say thanks to Iran? For banning re-export? And what? As if the Iranian product is better than Turkish? Your market will be filled with more poor-quality goods.
        2. avva2012
          avva2012 24 January 2016 11: 40
          0
          Most of all, Iran thinks about itself than about the Russian Federation and Turkey.
          In Iran, as in Belarus, there is no freedom of enterprise? belay
          Or is the ruling class more honest, but smarter ?!
          1. BaLaLaykin
            BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 11: 46
            0
            Iran simply seeks to fill the void that has temporarily formed. So, nothing personal-business
          2. alone
            alone 24 January 2016 11: 59
            +5
            Quote: avva2012
            Or is the ruling class more honest, but smarter ?!

            Where did you see an honest and smart ruling class?)) All power, all power thinks only of its own benefit
            1. avva2012
              avva2012 24 January 2016 12: 34
              +1
              Where did you see an honest and smart ruling class?)) All power, all power thinks only of its own benefit
              So that's it. People everywhere seem to be the same. Yes, the circumstances are different. We do not know what theocracy is. Neither we, nor our neighbors, even tried to live under such a social and political structure of the state.
              Interestingly, the main enemies of Iran are the United States and Israel. The question to the studio is "why?"
        3. BaLaLaykin
          BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 11: 41
          +2
          Lonely: The main thing is that re-export does not go through your republic, only it seems like the relationship has settled down hi
          1. alone
            alone 24 January 2016 12: 01
            +4
            Quote: Lalaika
            Lonely: The main thing is that re-export does not go through your republic, only it seems like the relationship has settled down


            Do not worry. This will not happen. We ourselves are in a favorable position. We also have certain products that can replace the Turkish product on the Russian market.
            1. BaLaLaykin
              BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 12: 05
              0
              I do not argue, but yours also has political obligations. And, unlike our Belarusian "ally", they mean something for your president
        4. MIKHAN
          MIKHAN 24 January 2016 12: 40
          +1
          Quote: lonely
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Thank you Iran for your support! We remember the good ...


          Most of all, Iran thinks about itself than about the Russian Federation and Turkey. Iran tries to sell its products, which it produces itself. As a representative of the country bordering Iran and familiar with Iranian products, I dare to assure you: Do not flatter yourself too. Iranian product is worse than Turkish in quality) .

          Well, yes, Azerbaijan, of course, is cooler than Iran ... Aliyev wakes up in the morning and thinks .. "How is Russia, without Azerbaijani tomatoes .."))))) laughing
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 24 January 2016 13: 32
            +2
            Meehan, why did you post this video? My hand twitched to shut the shutter! ....
            1. MIKHAN
              MIKHAN 24 January 2016 14: 56
              +4
              Quote: sabakina
              Meehan, why did you post this video? My hand twitched to shut the shutter! ....

              We will have time ... hi
              atalef out on a branch! These usually smell ... (and try to reassure us ..)))
              1. alone
                alone 24 January 2016 14: 59
                -3
                Quote: sabakina
                Meehan, why did you post this video? My hand twitched to shut the shutter! ....

                Quote: MIKHAN
                We will have time ...


                That’s all your essence, Vitaliy. And here you can find out why such distrust of you is. Sam answered his own question.
                1. MIKHAN
                  MIKHAN 24 January 2016 15: 17
                  +1
                  Quote: lonely
                  That's all your essence Vitaly

                  All right! I don't like to chat ...
                  1. alone
                    alone 24 January 2016 15: 40
                    0
                    Quote: MIKHAN
                    All right! I don't like to chat ...


                    This is the only thing you can do.
          2. alone
            alone 24 January 2016 14: 03
            +2
            Quote: MIKHAN
            Well, yes, Azerbaijan, of course, is cooler than Iran ... Aliyev wakes up in the morning and thinks .. "How is Russia, without Azerbaijani tomatoes ..")))))


            Do not like our tomatoes - do not buy.

            I have such a feeling Vitaly, you write your posts only because you need to write something. But the logic and thinking in your writings are completely absent
            1. MIKHAN
              MIKHAN 24 January 2016 15: 05
              +3
              Quote: lonely
              Quote: MIKHAN
              Well, yes, Azerbaijan, of course, is cooler than Iran ... Aliyev wakes up in the morning and thinks .. "How is Russia, without Azerbaijani tomatoes ..")))))


              Do not like our tomatoes - do not buy.

              I have such a feeling Vitaly, you write your posts only because you need to write something. But the logic and thinking in your writings are completely absent

              Omar I have a flair and intuition! With logic, this is with atalef)))) I am writing from the heart, and you don’t understand this, alas! hi
              1. alone
                alone 24 January 2016 15: 39
                0
                Quote: MIKHAN
                I have a flair and intuition!


                Since when is gorlopanism and idle talk called instinct and intuition?)))
                1. MIKHAN
                  MIKHAN 24 January 2016 15: 52
                  +1
                  Quote: lonely
                  Quote: MIKHAN
                  I have a flair and intuition!


                  Since when is gorlopanism and idle talk called instinct and intuition?)))

                  Well, you're talking to me ..? Why ... and atalef won’t react .. hi
                  1. alone
                    alone 24 January 2016 16: 05
                    +1
                    Quote: MIKHAN
                    Well, you're talking to me ..?


                    I’m trying to explain to you how wrong you are in your thoughts. But I can’t see anything other than howl you want. Would you like to become a marshal as soon as possible?)) Ask me, I’ll give you pluses. But for the sake of pluses, you don’t need to write nonsense.
    2. Gorjelin
      Gorjelin 24 January 2016 10: 18
      +5
      So-so. So we are imposing sanctions, but we ourselves are chewing Turkish and Polish.


      Recently I went to the store, all the tomatoes, oranges are right in the boxes with inscriptions in Turkish and with Turkish flags, everything is in place.

      Even repacking is not steamed! But on the heifer sizzling speeches every day recourse
      1. dmi.pris
        dmi.pris 24 January 2016 10: 28
        +8
        Well, what can you do here, the law is not familiar to retailers .. They look where it’s profitable for them all .. The government at least once a month would close one such network, they can, AND EVERYTHING will learn to observe the law .. BUT .. the iPhone is thin -he is their protege ..
        Quote: Gorjelin
        So-so. So we are imposing sanctions, but we ourselves are chewing Turkish and Polish.


        Recently I went to the store, all the tomatoes, oranges are right in the boxes with inscriptions in Turkish and with Turkish flags, everything is in place.

        Even repacking is not steamed! But on the heifer sizzling speeches every day recourse
        1. leyurtim
          leyurtim 24 January 2016 11: 14
          +4
          I don’t know what to think, my nodding acquaintance, a manager from the “magnet” network (so familiar that I don’t know his name, just a couple of years ago, back in one company they celebrated at someone’s birthday), to my question -What, Turkish tangerines are no longer contraband? -answered: we do not throw away good containers from goods and do not scrape off the inscriptions from them, these boxes from under Turkish tangerines have been serving as containers for displaying tangerines of different manufacturers in the trading floor for the third year already. According to him, the boxes contained Israeli tangerines exposed in the trading floor and not packaged on pallets. I didn’t ask why these tangerines were transferred from Israeli boxes to Turkish ones, so I’m selling information at the price of its purchase. All questions are for managers of super and hyper markets.
      2. Misha Honest
        Misha Honest 24 January 2016 10: 55
        +7
        Quote: Gorjelin
        Recently I went to the store, all the tomatoes, oranges are right in the boxes with inscriptions in Turkish and with Turkish flags, everything is in place.

        And we have almost no Turkish products left. Sellers say that their people do not specifically buy, so there’s no point in importing them. Although I don’t know, maybe now they are selling them under the guise of products from some other countries ... request
        PS. Recently I tried Crimean tomatoes - unrealistically good. More domestic products!
      3. leyurtim
        leyurtim 24 January 2016 11: 11
        +1
        I don’t know what to think, my nodding acquaintance, a manager from the “magnet” network (so familiar that I don’t know his name, just a couple of years ago, back in one company they celebrated at someone’s birthday), to my question -What, Turkish tangerines are no longer contraband? -answered: we do not throw away good containers from goods and do not scrape off the inscriptions from them, these boxes from under Turkish tangerines have been serving as containers for displaying tangerines of different manufacturers in the trading floor for the third year already. According to him, the boxes contained Israeli tangerines exposed in the trading floor and not packaged on pallets. I didn’t ask why these tangerines were transferred from Israeli boxes to Turkish ones, so I’m selling information at the price of its purchase. All questions are for managers of super and hyper markets.
        1. Gorjelin
          Gorjelin 24 January 2016 11: 52
          +2
          . Sellers say that their people do not specifically buy, so there’s no point in importing them.


          for example, if I see, I won’t buy it. But I do not always look at the country of the manufacturer when I buy. I think so many.

          + which is easier - do not specify or specify the manufacturer incorrectly.

          we don’t throw away good containers from goods and we don’t scrape inscriptions from them, these boxes from Turkish tangerines have been serving as containers for putting tangerines of different manufacturers into the trading room for the third year already.

          I’ll end up in this chain store where I saw it and see if the packaging has changed, if it has changed, then it’s Turkish.
      4. MIKHAN
        MIKHAN 24 January 2016 15: 34
        +1
        Quote: Gorjelin
        Recently I went to the store, all the tomatoes, oranges are right in the boxes with inscriptions in Turkish and with Turkish flags, everything is in place.

        Even repacking is not steamed! But on the heifer sizzling speeches every day

        I would kick it ... And I shouted to everyone to lie .. hands behind my head! There is a bomb in tomatoes ... and I would shoot it on video! (You would have paid more money. for moral damage))))
    3. WKS
      WKS 24 January 2016 10: 22
      +8
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      So-so. So we are imposing sanctions, but we ourselves are chewing Turkish and Polish.

      And you would not buy Turkish and Polish in the store, then you will not have to chew.
    4. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 24 January 2016 10: 33
      +7
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      So-so. So we are imposing sanctions, but we ourselves are chewing Turkish and Polish.

      Yes, yes, and it’s not yet clear what will happen to the ruble! Huge apologies that are off topic, but I could not help but post this smile
    5. Finches
      Finches 24 January 2016 10: 33
      +4
      I hope that by the end of the year, when large and small businesses in Turkey begin to calculate their losses, and ordinary citizens who lose their jobs because of the reduction get tired of running around in search of work, their brain will turn on! But they will not act like Ukrainians they believe the authorities that Russia is to blame for their troubles, and how smart people will change the government itself!
    6. Tusv
      Tusv 24 January 2016 10: 34
      +6
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      So-so. So we impose sanctions, and we chew Turkish and Polish ourselves

      Nevertheless, McDonald's refused to purchase Polish potatoes, in our favor. That is, our counter-sanctions only recently hit the sanctioners. Elementary, the contracts were followed by action.
    7. GRAY
      GRAY 24 January 2016 10: 54
      +3
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      So-so. So we are imposing sanctions, but we ourselves are chewing Turkish and Polish.

      In addition to Turkey and Poland, there are other countries on the globe laughing .
    8. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 24 January 2016 17: 19
      +2
      And I insist that our services would be more attentive to deliveries from abroad. To completely eliminate the re-export of products. Enough Belarusian red fish and sprat.
      Why did we introduce food sanctions? What would everyone giggle?
  2. samarin1969
    samarin1969 24 January 2016 10: 09
    +2
    Instead of "assurances", economically justified quotas are better ... more reliable ...
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 24 January 2016 10: 21
      0
      Quote: samarin1969
      economically sound quotas.

      Quotas for what?
      1. samarin1969
        samarin1969 24 January 2016 13: 01
        +1
        quotas for the import of Iranian (food) goods, according to the average production and export rates, ..... excluding Iranian "Belarusian oysters"
  3. kot28.ru
    kot28.ru 24 January 2016 10: 09
    +7
    But father, when the shrimp ceases (and not only) what Belarusian to drive?
    1. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 24 January 2016 10: 31
      +1
      When they specifically pinch his tail, they will stop lending .. But this type will fly to the West then, well, he’s such a slippery ally ..
      Quote: kot28.ru
      But father, when the shrimp ceases (and not only) what Belarusian to drive?
  4. valokordin
    valokordin 24 January 2016 10: 22
    +6
    Quote: kot28.ru
    But father, when the shrimp ceases (and not only) what Belarusian to drive?

    Never, he no longer considers himself a Belarusian, but Litvin.
  5. Andrea
    Andrea 24 January 2016 10: 25
    +7
    And they say Russia has no allies. And this is clearly not Belarus. How is the Old Man flowing around now?
  6. avvg
    avvg 24 January 2016 10: 26
    +6
    If we do not once again leave Iran to please the West, as we did under Medvedev, Iran will be, in my opinion, our reliable partner in the Middle East.
    1. valokordin
      valokordin 24 January 2016 17: 21
      -1
      Quote: avvg
      If we do not once again leave Iran to please the West, as we did under Medvedev, Iran will be, in my opinion, our reliable partner in the Middle East.

      You probably remember V. Vysotsky about the ayatola and even Khomeini, remember? Why did we fail to forgive us this place for the Shah? So when I came to power I gave a Khomeini, then he called the USSR the devil and did not buy weapons in the USSR. This happened a few decades later.
  7. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 24 January 2016 10: 27
    +4
    Iran quickly orientated. And the Persians never were friends with the Turks. Rather, the Turks are allies of the Saudis in the upcoming disassembly, with the name of the Persian Gulf. The Saudis persistently call it Arabic. IMHO, they are mortally mistaken.
    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 24 January 2016 10: 34
      -6
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      And the Persians never were friends with the Turks.

      But a gas pipeline through Turkey to Europe will be, as Zadornov said, "but for $ 20? And all the way Russian folk songs sang."
  8. sichevik
    sichevik 24 January 2016 10: 28
    +6
    For some reason, it seems to me that Iran is striving very strongly to take Turkey's place in trade with Russia. Well, you are welcome !!! After all, by and large, we do not care. Moreover, I think that the Iranians' goods will be of better quality than the Turks. Well, my personal impression. Again, it seems to me that the Iranians will be more orderly than the Turks. And not only Turks, but also some of our Slavic brothers living in the neighborhood. Or is it just it seems? Comrade Sukhov was right: "The East is a delicate matter ...".
  9. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 24 January 2016 10: 36
    0
    The dad has a weak side - his economy, factories are firmly tied to Russia. Once pressed down and all the same, our allies, the defense industry will suffer (optics and partially electronics come from there)
  10. jetfors_84
    jetfors_84 24 January 2016 10: 38
    +4
    This should be done by the allies, and not like Belarusians.
  11. izya top
    izya top 24 January 2016 10: 42
    +9
    ------------------------------------ Well, since about to eat repeat
  12. Zomanus
    Zomanus 24 January 2016 10: 42
    +7
    And Old Man will play out with his collective farm cunning, I feel.
    Already some tourist trips to Turkey through Belarus really come around,
    if one of the tourists in Turkey is nailed.
    1. Tusv
      Tusv 24 January 2016 11: 22
      0
      Quote: Zomanus
      And Old Man will play out with his collective farm cunning, I feel.
      Already some tourist trips to Turkey through Belarus really come around,
      if one of the tourists in Turkey is nailed.

      Finished the daddy is intended. First, the Customs Union, then the Eurasian Union, came out of the union state. And it began that he had not demolished the over-the-horizon air defense station.
      And Belarusian shrimp are trifles. Retired Lukashenko
  13. askort154
    askort154 24 January 2016 10: 46
    11
    It turns out Iran is more honest than our allies Belarus and Kazakhstan, through which flows
    banned products in Russia. Our allies brazenly use the openness of customs borders.
    Hid in their burrows, instead of supporting Russia, at least verbally, on international platforms. They recognized neither South Ossetia, nor Abkhazia, nor Transnistria, nor Crimea.
    I can imagine how they will behave if Russia (God forbid) have to fight.
    1. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 24 January 2016 10: 54
      +1
      That's why it's time to join them, under your control. Back in the USSR!
    2. sa-ag
      sa-ag 24 January 2016 11: 20
      +1
      Quote: askort154
      nor Transnistria

      And who recognized Transnistria?
      1. askort154
        askort154 24 January 2016 14: 42
        +1
        sa-ag .... And who recognized Transnistria?

        Thank you! You are right! Fingers are to blame, knocking without thinking.
  14. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 January 2016 10: 51
    +5
    Thanks to Iran for supporting our sanctions on Turkey. I also want to note that users have correctly written about Belarus and its desire to fuck for themselves through sanctions. If a Slav begins to spoil you, taking advantage of your difficulties (and this is not the first time), then what remains to be called?
  15. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 24 January 2016 11: 07
    +3
    Well done Persians! It’s not without reason that a peach is named after them! Take yourself a turak in our market.
  16. Papapg
    Papapg 24 January 2016 11: 16
    +5
    Quote: rotmistr60
    Thanks to Iran for supporting our sanctions on Turkey. I also want to note that users have correctly written about Belarus and its desire to fuck for themselves through sanctions. If a Slav begins to spoil you, taking advantage of your difficulties (and this is not the first time), then what remains to be called?

    Did the good - forget it, received the good - remember!
  17. sabakina
    sabakina 24 January 2016 11: 25
    +2
    I don’t know why, but I remembered Tehran-43 ....
    And yet, where did the ship with the Syrian tangerines go? The PR about the departure was great, but whether or not it reached Russia is silence ...
  18. BaLaLaykin
    BaLaLaykin 24 January 2016 11: 39
    +1
    China has agreed with Iran on the construction of two nuclear power plants and signed long-term contracts for the supply of oil, and ours are still chewing horseradish.
  19. zollstab
    zollstab 24 January 2016 11: 40
    0
    “I didn’t ask why these tangerines were transferred from Israeli boxes to Turkish ones.” It's winter, however, to keep warm!
  20. sleeping sayan
    sleeping sayan 24 January 2016 11: 54
    +1
    And how, they used to live. In the 80s (eighties), in early spring, trucks came to us in Siberia, with humped noses. Which, with a characteristic accent: slya, parsik, buy yes. Yes, and they broke prices.
  21. TTX
    TTX 24 January 2016 11: 57
    0
    I remember Iranian soap, it doesn’t lather, and fuel oil came off gorgeous.
  22. alone
    alone 24 January 2016 12: 03
    +3
    The most interesting thing is that some of them curse the Turks, others thank Iran. You guys, and you yourself tried farming, to bring your products to your market? See what Israel is doing in this regard.

    why no one bothers to ask what the Ministry of Agriculture and the government of the Russian Federation as a whole are doing?
  23. sleeping sayan
    sleeping sayan 24 January 2016 13: 07
    -1
    Lonely. Do not show, you, to us, to Israel. I, my family, my friends, do not need Israeli and Turkish fruits and vegetables. What is there in Israel that we don’t have?
    1. alone
      alone 24 January 2016 15: 18
      +3
      Quote: Sleeping Sayan
      Lonely. Do not show, you, to us, to Israel. I, my family, my friends, do not need Israeli and Turkish fruits and vegetables. What is there in Israel that we don’t have?


      )) You do not understand what Ya. Imeya 14 thousand square kilometers of territory Israel manages to produce so much agricultural products, you even do not even dream about it. What prevents you from providing yourself agricultural products? Even export carrots.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 24 January 2016 18: 05
        +1
        Quote: lonely
        Quote: Sleeping Sayan
        Lonely. Do not show, you, to us, to Israel. I, my family, my friends, do not need Israeli and Turkish fruits and vegetables. What is there in Israel that we don’t have?


        )) You do not understand what Ya. Imeya 14 thousand square kilometers of territory Israel manages to produce so much agricultural products, you even do not even dream about it. What prevents you from providing yourself agricultural products? Even export carrots.

        What prevents you from providing yourself with agricultural products? Even export carrots.

        Lonely, excuse me, are you talking to anyone now?
        Campaign loneliness is detrimental to you. You, finish this, otherwise you'll talk to the walls soon ...
        1. alone
          alone 24 January 2016 21: 57
          0
          Quote: sabakina
          Lonely, excuse me, are you talking to anyone now?
          Campaign loneliness is detrimental to you. You, finish this, otherwise you'll talk to the walls soon ...


          )) As soon as you start telling the truth, there are people who consider themselves smarter than everyone. What is wrong in my words? The truth is that no one wants to work. That's where you rejoice at the fact that ordinary agricultural products will be imported from somewhere.
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 24 January 2016 22: 42
            +1
            Hey, you, a connoisseur of grammar and syncthas, once again re-read your post and think about your behavior!
            What prevents you from providing yourself with agricultural products? Even export carrots.
      2. sherp2015
        sherp2015 24 January 2016 20: 27
        +1
        Quote: lonely
        You even export carrots.


        Even parsley Omar ...
  24. Flat5160
    Flat5160 24 January 2016 13: 11
    0
    And the Belarusian Old Man should think about how Iran does not produce and does not sell sea products in the form of oysters.
  25. almen1
    almen1 24 January 2016 13: 28
    +6
    I live in a village, before our state farm could provide an average city with vegetables, now everything is ruined. Greenhouses have been cut long ago, pipes were pulled out of irrigated fields. But most importantly, no one is even trying to revive all this, even in words. Here is "import substitution".
  26. faterdom
    faterdom 24 January 2016 23: 52
    +1
    Pralno ... According to the product range, Iran is Turkey’s direct competitor in our markets, and re-exporting Turkish products is almost practically stupid, even for a 2-3-year period, if this seems profitable here and now.
    And Turkey must suffer the most severe losses on all fronts, which would be enough for another 200 years.
    I was glad that the Turkoman regions of Latakia, over which the Turks shot down our bomber, were practically cleared the other day. They wanted to help their gangs. They helped, so that any others from such "help" will have to strongly refuse.