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MOSCOW, December 20. /TASS/. The Russian Football Union (RFU) issued on Tuesday its recommendations for the country’s football clubs to pay particular attention to safety measures while they are on training camp sites in Turkey, according to Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko.
"We have discussed training sessions in Turkey and agreed that we must abide by the Turkish government’s active regulations," Mutko, who is also the RFU president, told journalists.
"The clubs were recommended to individually and thoroughly consider all issues of security measures, while we (RFU) are refraining from issuing travel bans," he said.
"We are currently in work with the Turkish Football Federation as well as with the (Russian) Consulate General’s Office and we will send them all of our training camps schedules," Mutko added.