Tear up your face? Turkey bombardment NATO: the biggest security threat comes from allies

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 Tear up your face? Turkey bombardment NATO: the biggest security threat comes from allies


Overseas network April 22, President El, El, recently put forward a sharp attack on the United States and other NATO allies, accusing him of supporting and relying on Kurdish armed forces, in order to seek a place in Syria. El noted that Turkey regards NATO as a threat to its national security. According to todays 22 day Russian report, El, President of Turkey, said in an interview with the NTV television station in Turkey, we cant use money to buy weapons from the Americans, but unfortunately, the United States and its coalition have given them free to terrorist organizations. So where does our threat come from? First of all, from our strategic partner! In January 20th, Turkey launched a cross border military operation, named the olive branch, in the Aulin area, Syria, with the aim of expelling Kurdish militants out of the Aulin area. The military action has strained relations between Turkey and the United States, and Turkey regards Kurdish armed forces as a branch of the Kurdish Labour Party of the terrorist organization, while the United States regards it as one of the main partners in the Syria battlefield. The United States has recently accused Turkey of being more deviated from the West and closer to Russia and Iran. United States assistant secretary of state Weiss Mitchell (WessMitchell) 18, warned that Turkey decided to buy S-400 air defense system from Russia, may incur US sanctions against it, or even prohibit the purchase of F-35 fighters in Turkey. He stressed that Turkeys strategic and political alignment with the west is in the national interest of the United States. At that time, Mitchell, on behalf of the United States European and Eurasian Bureau, reported to the house of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, said, to make a strategic concession to Russia to achieve tactical goals in Syria, Turkey should take note of the risks. Turkey said it had agreed to buy the Russian S-400 missile system, which could incur sanctions under the 231 clause of the anti attack against the American Enemy Act (CAATSA) and have a negative impact on the participation of Turkey in the F-35 project. Earlier, Russian President Putin arrived in Ankara, Turkey, on April 3rd, and held bilateral talks with President El, Turkey, on the issue of Syria and the delivery of air to air missile systems in Russian S-400. Russian President Ushakov said Russia is trying to meet Turkeys demand for faster supply. Although the NATO allies in Turkey, including the United States, are dissatisfied, the first S-400 missile system is expected to be shipped to Turkey in 2020. Source: overseas web editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379 At that time, Mitchell, on behalf of the United States European and Eurasian Bureau, reported to the house of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, said, to make a strategic concession to Russia to achieve tactical goals in Syria, Turkey should take note of the risks. Turkey said it had agreed to buy the Russian S-400 missile system, which could incur sanctions under the 231 clause of the anti attack against the American Enemy Act (CAATSA) and have a negative impact on the participation of Turkey in the F-35 project. Earlier, Russian President Putin arrived in Ankara, Turkey, on April 3rd, and held bilateral talks with President El, Turkey, on the issue of Syria and the delivery of air to air missile systems in Russian S-400. Russian President Ushakov said Russia is trying to meet Turkeys demand for faster supply. Although the NATO allies in Turkey, including the United States, are dissatisfied, the first S-400 missile system is expected to be shipped to Turkey in 2020.