A U.S. State Department spokesperson said on July 25 that the Trump administration has set no timetable for deciding on how to apply mandatory sanctions against Turkey and cautioned that sanctioning a NATO ally is a “very, very serious action.” Administration officials continue to reiterate concerns over Turkey’s decision to accept the delivery of a Russian S-400 air defense system two weeks ago, but so far have made no decision on applying sanctions required by the ...

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