World Bulletin / News Desk
Speaking at an event in coastal city of Sochi, Novak said four Turkish producers would send their tomatoes as of Dec. 1, as a result of the agreement.
“In this subject, some changes on legislation [regarding import of tomatoes] needs to be done. The related documents are getting ready.”
His remarks came after Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed in June a decree lifting the ban on some Turkish agricultural imports as well as companies involved in construction, engineering, and tourism, ending restrictions that followed the downing of a Russian fighter jet in 2015.