US permits 3 NATO allies use Russian SAMs, but goes nuts over Turkey’s S-400 deal

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Linkdin
Share on Pinterest

For years, three NATO states have had no trouble using Russian air defense systems, but Turkey’s S-400 deal is a special case as it’s a risk to the US grip on Ankara and inflicts losses on its military industry, analysts told RT. Not a single month passes without the United States unloading on Turkey, which seems to stay on course buying the top-notch S-400 anti-aircraft systems. Washington has already put on hold F-35 deliveries to the Turkish Air Force and warned that carrying on with the deal could jeopardize Ankara’s ties with the US and NATO. Comment: As if the US/NATO didn’t have a big hand in screwing that up already! Turkish coup WhatsApp revelations: Orders to kill civilians, 3/5 coup regiments part of Turkey’s NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Alexander Dugin speaks on the coup d’etat in Turkey: Officials say considering leaving NATO, want stronger ties with Russia Following suit, some mainstream media rushed to explain how Turkey’s industry will suffer if the S-400s reach…

Read the original article in FULL here

This post originally appeared on SOTT.net

Like this article?

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Linkdin
Share on Pinterest

Leave a comment