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Missile treaty pointing to a hot summer for Turkey’s transatlantic ties

As reported by CNBC on Tuesday, Turkey was forced to cancel an agreement with S-400 missile system with Russia billions of dollars by the end of next month or the US to take harsh punishment.

Unless Ankara cancels the US-made Patriot missile defense system instead of buying it, it can be taken out of Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter aircraft program and cost thousands of jobs. Turkey produces about 800 parts for the most advanced fighter in the world at the moment.

The delivery of 100 F-35s to Ankara can also be halted and the US and other defense and industrial cooperation projects may be at risk.

During his last visit in early May, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the acquisition of the S-400 was a national decision.

However, the system, which could not be combined with other NATO systems and worried about data collection, was a major source of disagreement between Ankara and Washington.

Iran, North Korea, and Russia against the Sanctions Law on Combating Sanctions against Combating the United States Law (CAATSA), Moscow is not until the delivery of missiles is expected to occur in July, although it is expected. Sanctions may include bans on banking and foreign exchange transactions and rejection of export licenses.

Relevant individuals may also be subject to visa refusal and exclusion from the United States and partial freezing or confiscation of assets.

US-based Foreign Policy Research Institute, director of the Middle East program at the Aaron Stein, the case would harm the interests of Turkey but said it would restrict US President Donald Trump. It may technically veto (CAATSA), but the language in the legislation is not as simple as any other waiver included in the sanctions legislation. This will not be built in Turkey applied
sanctions, sanctions, and which of the 12 is not a question of how to use, “he said.”Turkey, if it’s stopped saying that if an agreement and to allow further negotiations to postpone the acquisition would have done a lot of favors to him. But this is Ankara’s choice. Turkish military personnel has already traveled to Russia to study the S-400 system, but Ankara does not believe that the agreement will affect its participation in the F-35 program.

Turkish officials are considering the offer of the US to sell the Patriot system at the end of March in a decision to be made at the beginning of June. In a statement on Tuesday, Turkey Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, adding that the country’s F-35 project, the fulfillment of responsibilities is said and Turkey to buy Russian system is targeted to meet the needs of As reported by CNBC on Tuesday, Turkey was forced to cancel an agreement with S-400 missile system with Russia billions of dollars by the end of next month or the US to take harsh punishment.

Unless Ankara cancels the US-made Patriot missile defense system instead of buying it, it can be taken out of Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter aircraft program and cost thousands of jobs. Turkey produces about 800 parts for the most advanced fighter in the world at the moment.

The delivery of 100 F-35s to Ankara can also be halted and the US and other defense and industrial cooperation projects may be at risk. During his last visit in early May, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the acquisition of the S-400 was a national decision.

However, the system, which could not be combined with other NATO systems and worried about data collection, was a major source of disagreement between Ankara and Washington.

Iran, North Korea, and Russia against the Sanctions Law on Combating Sanctions against Combating the United States Law (CAATSA), Moscow is not until the delivery of missiles is expected to occur in July, although it is expected. Sanctions may include bans on banking and foreign exchange transactions and rejection of export licenses. Relevant individuals may also be subject to visa refusal and exclusion from the United States and partial freezing or confiscation of assets.US-based Foreign Policy Research Institute, director of the Middle East program at the Aaron Stein, the case would harm the interests of Turkey but said it would restrict US President Donald Trump.

It may technically veto (CAATSA), but the language in the legislation is not as simple as any other waiver included in the sanctions legislation. This will not be built in Turkey applied sanctions, sanctions, and which of the 12 is not a question of how to use, “he said.”Turkey, if it’s stopped saying that if an agreement and to allow further negotiations to postpone the acquisition would have done a lot of favors to him. But this is Ankara’s choice. Turkish military personnel has already traveled to Russia to study the S-400 system, but Ankara does not believe that the agreement will affect its participation in the F-35 program.

Turkish officials are considering the offer of the US to sell them Patriot system at the end of March in a decision to be made at the beginning of June. In a statement on Tuesday, Turkey Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, adding that the country’s F-35 project, the fulfillment of responsibilities is said and Turkey to buy Russian system is targeted to meet the needs of defense.”Turkey is preparing itself for the implementation of CAATS possible sanctions. In our meetings with the United States, we perceived a general convergence on issues such as the east of the Euphrates, the F-35s and the eastern of the Patriots. Turkey, as well as the removal of the Atlantic alliance, potentially CAATS to sanctions, along with the value of the last two years, losing 40 percent of Turkey’s economy, already sluggish, which will also harm Turkey’s economy.

An economist Timothy Ash is headquartered in London, Ankara, thinking it would block the sanctions Trump’s “Turkey would be disastrous for the economy,” Tell me if said Ankara would play a big gamble.

Trump has doubled US tariffs for Turkish steel and aluminum in the US because of his arrest for spying charges in the country.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Morgan Ortagus Wednesday Washington also told to reporters, “If Turkey continues its plans to purchase the Russian system is very real and negative consequences that may arise,” he said. In July, the state visit of Trump to Ankara was not officially approved.defense.

“Turkey is preparing itself for the implementation of CAATS possible sanctions. In our meetings with the United States, we perceived a general convergence on issues such as the east of the Euphrates, the F-35s and the eastern of the Patriots.

Turkey, as well as the removal of the Atlantic alliance, potentially CAATS to sanctions, along with the value of the last two years, losing 40 percent of Turkey’s economy, already sluggish, which will also harm Turkey’s economy.

An economist Timothy Ash is headquartered in London, Ankara, thinking it would block the sanctions Trump’s “Turkey would be disastrous for the economy,” Tell me if said Ankara would play a big gamble.

Trump has doubled US tariffs for Turkish steel and aluminum in the US because of his arrest for spying charges in the country.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Morgan Ortagus Wednesday Washington also told to reporters, “If Turkey continues its plans to purchase the Russian system is very real and negative consequences that may arise,” he said.

In July, the state visit of Trump to Ankara was not officially approved.

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