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Turkey-Russia jet row: Russians in Turkey reflect on sanctions

Turkish officials say they expect their country's stand-off with Moscow to worsen, after Russia announced economic sanctions in retaliation for the shooting down of its jet.

The measures affect commerce, transport and tourism, and include import restrictions on some Turkish goods, and a ban on Russian businesses hiring Turkish nationals.

Antalya is both centre for Russian package tourism in Turkey and home for largest Russian-speaking diaspora in Turkey outside Istanbul.

Olga Ivshina of the BBC Russian Service reports from Antalya on how Russians there feel about the sanctions.

  • 29 Nov 2015
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