Deputies: Russia will have enough resources to replace Turkish road carriers

Deputies: Russia will have enough resources to replace Turkish road carriers


Internal resources Russia has more than enough grounds for concern in connection with the reduction in the number of Turkish road carriers no, said the state Duma Committee on transport.

MOSCOW, 1 Dec. Restricting Turkish road carriers in Russia is reasonable, Russia has enough domestic resources for the implementation of all types of transportation, according to the state Duma Committee on transport.

The Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation instructed the Ministry of transport to reduce the number of Turkey permits haulers for 2016 to two thousand, and if necessary to cancel the resolution passed. This item is contained in the decree on special economic measures against Turkey.

“I am absolutely convinced that we have the internal resources for the implementation of all types of transport more than enough”, — said the first Deputy head of transport Committee Mikhail Bryachak (Fair Russia).

First Deputy Chairman of the Committee Vitaly Efimov (“United Russia”) also sees no reason for concern in connection with the reduction in the number of Turkish companies.

“We have a car Park there, the international carriers we have one of the most powerful in Europe, so there is nothing that will not happen, if we talk about the traffic,” he said.

Bryachak also believes that too large privileges and advantages given to the goods and services of Turkish companies, pain was beaten by Russian participants of the market, making them uncompetitive in the proposals with Turkey.

“The decision of the government of the Russian Federation is clearly reasonable, timely by the events that happened to our plane, and in the interests of our economy,” he added.

Relations of Russia and Turkey are in crisis after Wednesday in Syria was wrecked Russian bomber su-24. 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 with Turkey. The Russian President called it a “stab in the back” by the accomplices of terrorists.

Putin on 28 November signed a decree on measures to ensure national security and on the special economic measures against Turkey. In particular, the President ordered to impose a ban on Charter air services between countries have banned employers from 1 January 2016 to hire workers from among the citizens of Turkey, decided to prohibit or limit activities under the jurisdiction of the Turkish organizations in Russia and ordered to prohibit or restrict the import of Turkish goods.