Nov 22 2013 - 14:55
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed bilateral relations and conflicts at the session of the Russian-Turkish Council for Top-Level Cooperation today. Putin emphasized that differences between the two states could not stop the political dialogue and economic cooperation, including cooperation within the framework of the UN and G20.
Oct 17 2013 - 18:36
Russia is ready to build two more nuclear power plants in Turkey, the deputy director of the first nuclear power plant "Akkuyu" in Turkey Rauf Gasimov told the Anadolu agency on Thursday.The Russian company "Atomstroyexpert," which is engaged in the construction of the first nuclear power plant "Akkuyu" in the Turkish province of Mersin is looking for partners among Turkish companies for the construction of nuclear power plants. The company is ready to give Turkish companies a 49% interest in the project.
Oct 3 2013 - 19:53
Turkey's Sembol bank and Sberbank have signed a memorandum on strategic partnership in the framework of the Kazakh-Turkish business forum in Astana.The document was signed by the Deputy Chairman of the Board for International Business of Sberbank Sergey Gorkov, chairman of Sberbank Alexander Kamalov, president of DenizBank Hakan Atesh, and the director of the Sembol branch in Kazakhstan Nihat Sarydzhan.
Oct 1 2013 - 12:15
Kenan Yavuz, head of the SOCAR Turkey Enerji Petkim, said that the SOCAR was planning to launch TANAP in 2018 and make Azerbaijani gas cheaper that the Russian, Trend reports.SOCAR partners developing Shah Deniz were planning to distribute shares: 12% for Statoil and BP each and 5% for Total. The TANAP project will allow shipments of 16 billion cubic meters of Shah Deniz gas to Europe every year, about 6 billion of which will be transferred to Turkey.
Sep 27 2013 - 16:05
Over 179 tons of Turkish fruit and vegetables have recently been rejected by the Russian Agricultural Agency for containing poisonous substances, ITAR-TASS reports.
Aug 18 2013 - 19:54
The Turkish embassy's culture adviser Celal Kılıç says Turkish companies are interested in Russians who speak the Turkish language.
Aug 14 2013 - 12:23
Two shipments with a total of 49kg of Turkish grape were stopped at the Novorossiysk Port due to presence of thrips, ITAR-TASS reports.38 portions of food (691 tons in total) have been stopped the Krasnodar Territory and Adygeya due to thrips this year. 83% of the infected products arrived from Turkey, the rest from Israel and Jordan.