MOSCOW - The Russian government does not carry out more work from January 1 by Turkish companies in construction, in the tourism or the service sector. This has the Kremlin said Wednesday.
Russia announced economic sanctions against Turkey that country since November 24, a Russian fighter shot down over the border of Turkey and Syria. Ankara argues that the plane that rebels in the northwest of Syria harassed, violated Turkish airspace. Moscow denies that. The row between Ankara and Moscow still rising.