Turkish farmers affected by Kremlin’s sanctions

Despite a thaw in bilateral relations, some Turks are still feeling the pinch of sanctions imposed by the Kremlin two years ago. Although most have already been lifted, Turkey's tomato farmers are still being told they cannot sell to Russia.

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    Despite a thaw in bilateral relations, some Turks are still feeling the pinch of sanctions imposed by the Kremlin two years ago.

    Although most have already been lifted, Turkey's tomato farmers are still being told they cannot sell to Russia.

    Al Jazeera’s Hashem Ahelbarra reports from the Turkish province of Mersin.


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