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US Envoy To NATO: Turkey Will Lose F-35 If It Doesn't Walk Away From Russian Deal

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US Envoy To NATO: Turkey Will Lose F-35 If It Doesn't Walk Away From Russian Deal

US Envoy To NATO: Turkey Will Lose F-35 If It Doesn't Walk Away From Russian Deal

The U.S. envoy to NATO said Tuesday America will stop Turkish forces from flying and developing its F-35 stealth jets.

That is, if Ankara goes ahead with the purchase of a Russian air defense system.

But according to Reuters, Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan has refused to budge.

That's widened a diplomat rift over conflicting strategy in Syria, Iran sanctions and the detention of U.S. consular staff.

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