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MOSCOW, May 26. /TASS/. Moscow will judge on the work of the new Turkish government by its deeds as it is a matter of the Cabinet’s policy rather than its composition, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.
"The fact that new persons have appeared in the Turkish government is of lesser importance because it is the course that is of prime significance," the spokeswoman said.
"We judge by deeds. We are paying attention not so much to the change of the Cabinet’s composition as to the government’s course, including with regard to Russia and global issues," Zakharova said.
‘We’ll judge by deeds," she said.
This week, Turkey’s new Prime Minister Binali Yildirim made considerable reshuffles in the Cabinet of his predecessor Ahmet Davutoglu. The heads of 11 departments and two vice-premiers left their posts.