ULAN-UDE (Republic of Buryatia, Russia), (Sputnik) — The Russian official told reporters the next bilateral consultations are set to be held at the August 18-August 27 Izmir International Fair.
"Our range of topics is almost always identical. This includes both energy and certain restrictions in the field of industry. We agreed on consultations on this topic on individual anti-dumping measures that were previously introduced," Dvorkovich said.
In May, Putin met with Erdogan in Sochi, with the two leaders agreeing to further ease mutual restrictive measures. Russia, however, insisted on keeping restrictions on Turkish tomato imports as well as postponing the reintroduction of a visa-free regime for Turkish nationals. Also in May, Turkish exporters decided to limit the share of Russian agricultural import in the whole import to 20–25 percent but a week later the restriction was lifted.