MOSCOW, June 2 (RAPSI) – Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed an order to lift a series of restrictions on deliveries of products from Turkey, the statement published on the Cabinet’s website on Friday reads.

Under the decree, frozen meat, turkey and hen by-products, cucumbers and pickling cucumbers, apples, pears, grapes, strawberry and wild strawberry have been removed from the embargo list.

Moreover, the decree raises a ban on construction of buildings and engineering structures; construction specialized works; activity in the field of architecture, design and engineering; engineering tests; research and analysis; tourist activities; hotel business; performance of works and services for provisioning governmental and municipal needs; woodworking, by companies under the jurisdiction of Turkey and companies controlled by citizens of Turkey.

The document has been drafted by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade pursuant to the decree of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.

Putin signed an order lifting a number of economic restrictions against Turkey on May 31.