"Yes, we expect this [to happen] soon," Dvorkovich told reporters, adding that the cancellation of the visit was connected with "technical issues."
Moscow hopes that Turkey will open its market for supplies of Russian meat and dairy products before the end of 2017, Dvorkovich added.
"Yes, we want this, and our partners have promised to accelerate the process," Dvorkovich told reporters, replying to a relevant question.
On May 26, Rosselkhoznadzor said that the Turkish delegation would visit Moscow on June 13 for talks with Rosselkhoznadzor officials on cooperation in the veterinary and phytosanitary areas. After that the Turkish inspectors were expected to visit Russia's enterprises engaged in meat production in Bryansk, Orenburg and Moscow regions.