Turkey's Customs Minister explains approvals for Russian agricultural imports

Turkey's Customs Minister explains approvals for Russian agricultural imports

Turkey has imposed a requirement that agricultural imports from Russia receive approval from Turkish authorities starting from Oct. 9, the country's Customs Minister Bulent Tufenkci said, speaking at a ceremony in Ankara.

Tufenkci said the decision was taken as a reciprocal measure adding that the approvals will be sought for nine products including corn, two kinds of wheat, sunflower oil and pulp, paddy rice, dried peas, Reuters reported.

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