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"We expect the adoption of this decision in the next week, though, on the basis of political consultations, it may be delayed", - he said.
The source did not rule out that in this case it can enter into force before the new year, reports Tass.
Previously, the newspaper "Kommersant" wrote that the Ministry of Economic Development has developed a draft resolution pursuant to base "anti-Turkish" decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin on November 28.
Part of the decree, the Russian government has already fulfilled the Resolution of November 30, introducing an immediate ban imports from Turkey, a limited list of food, stopping the government of the cooperation programs and limiting the involvement of Turkish nationals to work in the Russian Federation.
In the second phase expanded and refined economic sanctions.
The new draft decree introduces a list of the "types of work (services), which are prohibited in the territory of the Russian Federation for organizations under the jurisdiction of Turkey."
This is the import of construction services, tourism services, hotel services, as well as wood processing and training of civilian personnel of the airlines of the Russian Federation in Turkey.
Recall, November 24 was shot down by a Russian fighter Su-24, which violated the airspace of Turkey.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Su-24 was shot down at a distance of 1 kilometer from the border deep in Syrian territory. He called the actions of the Turkish Air Force, "stab in the back" by "supporters of terrorists". Putin warned that the incident will have serious consequences for Russian-Turkish relations.
After that, in relations between Russia and Turkey, the crisis came.
November 28, Putin signed a decree on sanctions against Turkey. It requested to suspend visa-free regime between the two countries on 1 January 2016 and banned the hiring of Turkish citizens on the job. After that, the largest tour operators Russia suspended the sale of permits in Turkey.
December 1, the Russian government has published a list of products that are prohibited for import from Turkey. According to the document, from 2016, a ban on imports into Russia of Turkish vegetables, fruit, meat and spices.
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