The Ministry submitted to the government proposals on implementation of the decree of the President of Turkey

MOSCOW, November 28. The Ministry has made proposals to government on the implementation of the presidential decree on measures against Turkey, said the press Secretary of Prime Minister Natalia Timakova.

“The Ministry made proposals to the government. Now they are practiced to prepare the relevant resolution of the government”, – said Timakova.

The President’s decree on measures against Turkey

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Putin signed a decree on application of special economic measures in relation to Turkey

The press service of the Kremlin on Saturday said that President Vladimir Putin signed a decree, which, inter alia, the imposition of prohibition or restrictions on the import into Russia of certain goods from Turkey according to the list determined by the government of the Russian Federation.

Russia has temporarily introduced a “ban or restriction on foreign economic operations involving the import to the territory of the Russian Federation separate kinds of the goods, the country of origin which is the Republic of Turkey, on a list established by the Government of the Russian Federation (except goods imported for personal use to the extent permitted by law of the Eurasian economic Union),” according to the decree.

“In order to protect national security and national interests of the Russian Federation, protection of Russian citizens from criminal and other illegal actions” by the decree also provides for a prohibition or restriction for the organizations under the jurisdiction of Turkey, the performance of certain types of work in the territory of the Russian Federation according to the list determined by the Russian government, stated in the decree.

The Russian government is assigned to determine the respective lists of goods, works (services).

The Ordinance also prohibits employers, customers of works (services) are not included in the list established by the government of the Russian Federation, on “engaging with January 1, 2016 for the implementation of the employment of workers from among Turkish citizens who are not employed, and (or) civil-legal relations with those employers, customers of works (services) as at 31 December 2015”.

The government was instructed to determine the list of such employers, customers of works (services), as well as “to determine the list of contracts with organizations under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Turkey, for the supply of goods (works, services) in respect of which the special economic measures provided for in this decree shall not apply”.

The President instructed the government of Russia to strengthen control over the activities of the Turkish truckers, port control and ensure transport security of the seaports in the Azov-black sea basin.

Putin also instructed the government to impose a ban on Charter air transportation between Russia and Turkey.

At the government meeting on 26 November, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that Russia will impose restrictions against Turkey and will freeze a number of joint projects in response to the attack on the Russian plane su-24.