Russian Ilyushin Il-76 and Antonov An-124s carrying the first elements of an Almaz-Antey S-400 air defense system that has shaken up the NATO alliance arrived in Turkey at Murted Air Base on July 12. Four days later, President Donald Trump said the U.S. is telling Turkey, “We’re not going to sell you the F-35.” The long-expected delivery of the $2.5 billion arms package now sets in motion a process that could lead to the expulsion of the third-largest customer in the ...


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