The ambassador spoke about this in a conversation with RIA Novosti.

“We continue our efforts to resolve the situation with payments, which remains difficult,” the agency’s interlocutor said. 

Since January 1, Turkish banks began to refuse exporters to accept money transfers from Russia.

According to the agency, the problem is partly related to the pressure exerted by the United States on Turkey in connection with sanctions.

Earlier, the Turkish bank Ziraat reported that they open accounts for Russians upon fulfilling a number of conditions, including having a residence permit and the right to work.