Crimean authorities urge citizens to support their initiative and to proceed with the purchase of Turkish goods in disagreement with the hostile policy of Turkey against Russia, said the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov.
SIMFEROPOL, 25 Nov. Ferry connection between Crimea and Turkey, as well as business contacts will be interrupted; the government has urged Crimeans to refuse Turkish goods and recreation on the territory of Turkey, said on Wednesday reporters the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov.
Russian su-24 crashed in Syria on Tuesday. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin announced that the plane was shot down by a rocket type “air-air” with a Turkish F-16s over Syrian territory and fell in Syria four kilometers from the border. The Russian leader called it a “stab in the back” by the accomplices of terrorists.
“No telling with Turkey, not including ferry. We are not ready to cooperate with Turkish business”, — said Aksenov.
Aksenov said that the Cathedral mosque in Crimea, the construction of which was started this fall, it was not planned to be financed from Turkish sources. The head of the Republic considers it necessary to encourage Crimeans to participate in the action from the refusal to purchase Turkish goods because of the hostile policy of Turkey against Russia.
“A country that kills our countrymen, it is impossible to support in any form”, — said Aksenov.
Business contacts between the Crimea and Turkey were maintained at the expense of the ferry from the Crimean Yevpatoria. After the reunification of Crimea and Russia was temporarily direct flights between Simferopol and Sabiha airport in Istanbul. The Crimean authorities also considered the draft ferry service between Theodosius and the Turkish port of Zonguldak. Turkish business is present in the construction industry of the Peninsula, showed interest in investing in the agricultural sector and the hotel business.
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