Turkey’s vision of flying an indigenous fighter jet over its capital city, Ankara, in 2023 has taken a giant leap forward. On May 10, agreements were ratified in Istanbul by both the Turkish and UK governments, paving the way for the international effort that will make the fighter known as TF-X a reality. The recent pact follows the signing of a £123 million ($150 million) agreement last January, witnessed by British Prime Minister Theresa May and Turkish counterpart Binali ...

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