In response to the destruction of su-24 aircraft by the Turkish military, Russia intends to impose restrictive economic measures against Turkey. Measures may affect the project “Turkish stream”, the construction of nuclear power plants, air and food supply.
MOSCOW, Nov 27. The government on Saturday will present Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev written proposal of retaliatory economic measures against Turkey after the incident with su-24.
On Tuesday 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.
Russia in response to the destruction of su-24 aircraft by the Turkish military intends to impose restrictive economic measures against Turkey that may affect the project “Turkish stream”, the construction of nuclear power plants, air and food supply.
“I want to say about economic stimulus measures. the Government was instructed to develop a system response to an act of aggression in economic and humanitarian spheres”, — said Medvedev, opening a government meeting on Thursday.
The Prime Minister instructed the government to submit their proposals in response to Turkey in the shortest possible time — within two days. All measures will be consolidated in the decree of the President, and then in the relevant government decree.
“Ministries and agencies must submit on behalf of premiere written proposal within two days,” said a spokesman for Prime Minister Natalia Timakova.
In turn, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich told journalists on Friday that their proposals the Cabinet will present the premiere on Saturday.