Erdogan says Turkey, Russia may cooperate on defense projects

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April 3, 2018 21:07
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ANKARA - Turkey may cooperate with Russia on defense projects besides the S-400 missile defense system which Moscow has agreed to supply to Ankara, President Tayyip Erdogan told a news conference on Tuesday, without giving further details.

Turkey signed an agreement to buy the S-400 system in late December in a move which raised concern in the West because they cannot be integrated into NATO's military architecture.

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