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Turkey lashes out at Macron over NATO comments

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Turkey lashes out at Macron over NATO comments

Turkey lashes out at Macron over NATO comments

French President Emmanuel Macron has stood by the damning comments he made to The Economist last month in which said allies were experiencing the 'brain death' of NATO.

During a press conference, he defended the comments and criticised Turkey's incursion into Syria.View on euronews

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