Turkey agrees to buy S-400 air defences from Russia


Turkey has signed a controversial deal with Russia to arm its forces with Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missiles. The € 2.14bn deal has sparked concern over Turkey’s increasingly closer ties with Russia and its recent souring of relations with the US and Europe. A deposit for the S-400 has been put down, but the deal is still to be finalised. The deal is Turkey’s first major arms purchase from Moscow and its most significant one from a non-NATO partner. euronews.com

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