Russian economic sanctions against Turkey in response to the downing of a Russian warplane are harming Turkish businesses. Hardest hit is Turkey's tourism industry, which has seen a sharp drop in visitors from Russia.
Companies in the United States are trying to force Russia out of the European gas market. Now, though, it has emerged that Russian liquefied natural gas is being supplied directly to the US. How does this fit together?
A US jury has found Turkish banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla guilty of helping Iran get around US sanctions. The trial has dented already tense diplomatic relations between NATO partners Turkey and the USA.
The hostility between Turkey and Israel has resurfaced over recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Meanwhile, in terms of economic relations, trade between the countries has been growing steadily.
Russian tankers have supplied fuel to North Korean ships, according to European security sources, breaching UN sanctions. Russia's Foreign Ministry has denied the accusations, a day after China denied similar charges.
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