Kremlin condemns alleged U.S. ultimatum to Turkey over missile deal

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May 22, 2019 12:13
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MOSCOW - The Kremlin on Wednesday condemned as unacceptable an alleged US ultimatum to Turkey designed to force it to cancel a deal to buy Russian S-400 missile systems and buy US hardware instead.

Moscow was responding to a CNBC report from Tuesday which said Washington had given Turkey just over two weeks to decide whether to complete an arms deal with the US or risk severe penalties.

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