Russia introduced restrictive measures against Turkey after the Turkish air force in Syria was shot down by Russian su-24. According to analysts, these measures resulted in inflation in the country may increase by 0,2%-0,5%, said the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation in interview to five TV channels.
MOSCOW, 9 Dec. Measures of Moscow against Turkey, according to analysts, will add to inflation of 0.2-0.5 percentage points, said Wednesday Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
“In relation to the situation of Turkish market and Turkish supplies, you know, frankly is not a very large amount of supplies. We wondered what it could lead. According to analysts, approximately may add to inflation from 0.2% to 0.5%. It is, in principle, quite a bit,” said Medvedev in interview to five Russian TV channels.