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    Russia–Turkey relations (Russian: Российско–турецкие отношения, Turkish: Rusya–Türkiye ilişkileri) is the bilateral relationship between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey and their predecessor states.
    From the late 16th to the early 20th centuries, relations between the Ottoman and Russian empires were often strained, as the two powers were engaged in a number of Russo-Turkish wars. However, in the 1920s, as a result of the Bolshevik Soviet assistance to Turkish revolutionaries during the Turkish War of Independence, the governments of Moscow and Ankara developed warm relations. In 1932 the Turkish Republic took its first foreign loans from the Soviet Union, and the first 5-year economic and industrial development plan of Turkey (1934–1938) was largely modeled after the 5-year plans of the Soviet Union, which seemed to perform well during the Great Depression; despite setbacks such as the Soviet famine of 1932–33, which was largely hidden from the outside world. The good relations between Moscow and Ankara lasted until Joseph Stalin demanded Soviet bases on the Turkish Straits after the Montreux Convention in 1936, most notably at the Potsdam Conference in 1945. Turkey joined NATO in 1952 and placed itself within the Western alliance against the Warsaw Pact during the Cold War, when relations between the two countries were at their lowest level.
    Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, relations between Turkey and Russia quickly improved and the two countries eventually started to rank among each other's largest trade partners. Russia became Turkey's largest provider of energy, while many Turkish companies began to operate in Russia. In this period, Turkey became the top foreign destination for Russian tourists. However, the warm bilateral relations of the past two decades have been severely strained after the November 2015 jet shootdown incident, when a Turkish F-16 combat aircraft shot down a Russian Su-24 during an airspace dispute close to the Turkish-Syrian border.

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    Russia's Putin lifts ban on charter holidays to Turkey
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has lifted curbs on tour firms selling holidays in Turkey, brought in after a Russian jet was downed last year.

    The move was announced in a decree (in Russian), in which Mr Putin also ordered trade talks with Turkey.
    The ban on charter flights hurt the tourist industry in Turkey, a favourite destination for many Russians.

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    Turkish goods expected to be in Russia in 2 weeks

    While sector representatives in Russia find it realistic for Turkish food exports to take their place on store shelves within a week or so, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation foresees that the sale of Turkish vegetable and fruit exports in the Russian market will lower prices in the country, which have seen an increase this year.

    Following President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's phone call with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, Putin instructed the Russian government to take steps towards the normalization of relations, resulting in a decision to place Turkish food exports back on Russian store shelves in a couple of weeks.

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    Har lest noen tyrkiske kommentarer om at den manglende støtten fra NATO/EU/USA har tvunget landet til å søke flere allianser, som feks Russland.

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