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Russia Will Supply S-400 to Turkey
September 27, 2017 16:33


Deliveries of Russian anti-aircraft missile systems (AAMS) S-400 Triumph to Turkey will begin within two years. This was stated by the Deputy Head of the Turkish Defense Industry Secretariat, Ismail Demir.

"The delivery start date has been determined. For the time being, I do not want to mention a certain date, since negotiations are being conducted with the Russian Party to bring it closer. But I can say that deliveries will begin for at least two years," he said.

On September 12, it became known about the signing of contract between Russia and Turkey for supply of S-400. The Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTS) said that the delivery of this system to the Turkish Party "meets the geopolitical interests of the Russian Federation".

Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said on same day that Ankara had already effected the first payment for the purchased S-400s. "The next step is a transfer of loan from Russia to us. Both me and Mr. [Russian President Vladimir] Putin strongly made up our mind on this issue," the Turkish leader said.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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