Normalization of relations between Turkey and Russia gained momentum that could relieve Turkey's tourism sector following President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan sending a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin to celebrate Russia's National Day, which marks the country's post-Soviet constitution, and Putin thanking Erdoğan along with the Russian ambassador attending an iftar dinner at the Presidential Palace in Ankara. Regarding the normalization of relations, which initially deteriorated after Turkey downed a Russian jet that strayed into Turkish airspace, and worsened further when the Kremlin recommended Russians not visit Turkey, Turkish Travel Agencies (TÜRSAB) Chairman Başaran Ulusoy said the tourism sector has closely watched the negotiations to restore ties."From the sector's side, we positively welcome [Erdoğan's] letter. We hope everything will go back to normal." About the letter, Ulusoy said: "It starts with a letter, continues with a flower, followed by sitting on a table."
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