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The Restrictions On the Supply of Turkish Tomatoes to Russia will be Lifted
27.10.2017 23:52
The Restrictions On the Supply of Turkish Tomatoes to Russia will be Lifted

The restrictions on the supply of Turkish tomatoes to Russia will be lifted beginning from November 1. This was stated by the Chairman of the Russian part of the intergovernmental Russian-Turkish committee, the Head of the Ministry of Energy Aleksandr Novak on Saturday, October 21, as TASS reported.

      “This decision on the possibility of supplies of 50 thousand tons of tomatoes to the Russian Federation beginning from November 1 has been prepared, this has already been agreed upon by our agencies at this stage” - Novak said. According to the National Fruit and Vegetable Union of Russia, the losses of Turkey after imposing a ban on the exports of tomatoes to Russia amounted to two billion dollars.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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