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Relations between Russia, Turkey ‘developing’: Kremlin

MOSCOW

The relations between Russia and Turkey are “developing”, a Kremlin spokesman said on Friday.

Suspension of the flights from Russia to Turkey does not mean chilling in the bilateral relations, the restrictions were put due to the worsening coronavirus situation in Turkey, Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow.

“The relations between the two countries are developing. The situation with the ban on tourism has nothing to do with bilateral relations. Of course, our Turkish partners cannot but be sympathetic to our concern for our own citizens. This, in fact, is the partnership,” Peskov said.

Russia has temporarily suspended regular and charter flights with Turkey from April 15 to June 1.

Flights will resume…

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