The incident with the Russian su-24 and followed after him, the aggravation of relations between Russia and Turkey should not bring drastic risks to inflation, the ruble exchange rate and Russia’s budget, said the Deputy head of the Ministry of Finance Maxim Oreshkin.
MOSCOW, 26 Nov. Aggravation of relations of Russia and Turkey are not radically carries risks for inflation and the ruble, said the Deputy head of the Ministry of Finance Maxim Oreshkin.
Relations of Russia and Turkey are in crisis after Wednesday in Syria was wrecked Russian bomber su-24. 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 with Turkey. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin called it a “stab in the back” by the accomplices of terrorists.
Answering the question of what risks might carry for the inflation of the ruble and the budget of the Russian Federation, the deterioration of relations between the two countries. within the Financial forum of Russia said: “Fundamentally there is no risk”.