Moscow aims to implement all strategic projects with Ankara.

The EPA's Moscow correspondent reports that Alexander Grushko, deputy foreign minister of the Russian Federation, has made this statement about the results of the presidential election in Turkey.

Moscow and Ankara's economic projects remain an important element of regional security, he said:

"All agreements between the Russian Federation and Turkey are systematic, and work on the gas pipeline project is under way.
Moscow and Ankara will continue to engage in political dialogue and cooperation in tourism and culture."

Russia's deputy leader has also spoken about Turkey's role in the grain agreement.

"Turkey has played a positive role in the grain treaty. The ball is now on the side of those who have imposed illegal sanctions against the Russian Federation. "The partners of the Russian Federation must remove obstacles to the export of Russian food products, political statements are no longer enough," the Russian diplomat added.