Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will continue talks with Moscow for the procurement of the second batch of advanced Russian-made S-400 air defense systems, and both sides would discuss details at the end of the current month. Erdogan told reporters on Friday that Turkey is determined to proceed with the S-400 deal despite US strong opposition. “No country can determine the steps we will take towards our defense industry. This is entirely up to us. We had handled the first package for the S-400 with Russia, and now [talks] for the second package continue based on our previous...Full Article
Turkey to continue talks with Russia on 2nd batch of S-400 air defense systems: Erdogan
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