Germany’s government decided today، Saturday to lift the "symbolic" economic sanctions imposed on Turkey for more than a year. Berlin also eased restraints on travel to Ankara. Those decisions made by the German government came days after lifting of the state of emergency in Turkey.
The German Ministry of Economy stated that those sanctions will not be implemented in the next fiscal year.
It is worth to mention that Berlin in 2017، stated 1.5 billion euros as a ceiling for European aid and investment in Turkey. That was rejected by the German opposition as a very "weak" sanctions. In another context، the German Foreign Ministry canceled its website warnings to travel to Turkey because of increasing arrests.