Two Russian businessmen, as opposed to Turkish investors, will engage in the project implementation of a sheep-breeding complex construction in the Razdolnensky district.
The Minister of Economic Development of Crimea, Valentin Demidov, told reporters about this. He added that representatives from Iran’s big business community had expressed their desire to invest in Crimea. Their delegation visited the peninsula recently.
To remind you, on November 24th a Turkish F-16 jet shot down a Russian Su-24 in Syria. Russian President Vladimir Putin called it a “stab in the back”, and the Head of Crimea, Sergey Aksenov, said that the ferry service between Turkey and the peninsula would be interrupted, as would as business contracts.
In particular, the Republic’s authorities decided to freeze about 30 Turkish investment projects.