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Putin lifts Turkey restrictions after Erdogan call

Putin lifts Turkey restrictions after Erdogan call”

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - A Turkish news report says security forces have killed two suspected Islamic State militants at the border with Syria.

"I m asking that the Russian government begin the process of normalising general trade and economic ties with Turkey", he said.

The lifting of Moscow's package tour ban came after Turkey was hit by a triple suicide bombing at Istanbul's main worldwide airport on Tuesday which left at least 44 people dead.

A ban on importing certain agricultural produce, foods and raw materials from countries that have sanctioned Russian Federation was first introduced in the summer of 2014.

The Turkish presidency said that Erdogan and Putin stressed "the importance of the normalisation of bilateral relations".

The phone call between the two leaders came after Putin expressed sympathy for the victims of the Tuesday night gun and bomb attacks at Istanbul's Ataturk worldwide airport, which claimed the lives of 41 people and injured 239 others.

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Speaking to Russian diplomats, he said that NATO's action undermines military parity.

The Kremlin imposed a package of economic measures against Turkey in late November past year after the country's air force shot down a Russian Su-24 fighter jet near the Syrian border.

Erdogan sent a letter of condolences to Putin June 27 over the death of Russian Su-24 pilot and expressed regret over the incident.

"As you know, yesterday the talks were held with the president of this country".

Turkey, meanwhile, said it had only expressed regret to Russian Federation, denying reports of an apology, and retracting a compensation pledge.

Putin on Wednesday also extended to the end of 2017 Moscow's embargo on food items from the West imposed in retaliation for sanctions over Ukraine.



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