The mayor: the possible withdrawal of Turkish companies are not reflected on the construction sector of the city

The mayor: the possible withdrawal of Turkish companies are not reflected on the construction sector of the city


MOSCOW, November 26. The possible withdrawal of Turkish companies will not affect the building sector of Moscow, as the share of Turkish companies in this sector are insignificant. This was announced by the Deputy mayor of Moscow on urban policy and construction Marat Khusnullin in an interview with TV channel “Russia 24”.

“Russian-Turkish relations in the construction industry have ancient roots. Turkish investors and developers involved in the implementation of a number of projects in Moscow. Mostly business and retail properties, and related infrastructure. These projects are strategic for the development of the city”, – said the head of Construction.

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Turkish companies among the contractors for the projects implemented under the Targeted investment programme, that is financed from the budget of Moscow.

“The construction industry is capital – a huge complex. It is based on dozens of major domestic companies. To the builders and specialists of related professions considers himself almost a million Muscovites. So, if the decision is taken and a Turkish company to leave the construction market of Moscow, on the plans of the city authorities, the pace of development of the city and the work of the construction industry in General this will not be”, – said the Khusnullin.