However, the Chairman of the government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, is not fatal.
MOSCOW, 9 Dec. The Chairman of Russian government Dmitry Medvedev said that the situation with Turkey will affect food prices, but not fatally.
“The introduction of counter-sanctions in varying degrees, affect the situation with prices may not be fatal, because, we have somehow forgotten, but we have food inflation in early 2008 was 13%, and in early 2015 she is about the same. That is, we this period has passed”, — said Medvedev on air of TV channel “Russia 24”.
The Prime Minister said that inflation and rising prices are associated not only with the sanctions.
The decree on application of special economic measures against Turkey was signed on 1 December the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. In particular, a ban were part carcases and offal of chickens and turkeys, tomatoes, onions, cabbage, oranges, grapes, apples and other products.