Turkey envisions a future with EU, Erdoğan tells European Council chief Michel

Turkey envisions a future with EU, Erdoğan tells European Council chief Michel


President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Wednesday scrutinized the U.S.’ coalition with Turkey following the previous’ choice to force sanctions on the last over the acquisition of S-400 rockets. Noticing that the connection between the two nations was set up generally through NATO participation, Erdoğan asked: “What sort of partnership is this?”

“The (U.S. Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act) CAATSA sanctions have never been forced on any nation since they were first endorsed in 2017. Turkey is the principal nation that has confronted CAATSA, and it is the U.S.’ NATO partner,” the president said during the initiation service of Niğde-Ankara expressway which he went to by means of a videoconference, underlining that it is a barefaced assault on Turkey’s sway.

“U.S. sanctions expect to forestall Turkey’s improvements in the protection area and make the nation subordinate indeed; this choice is an assault on Turkey’s sovereign rights,” he said.

Erdoğan likewise featured that Turkey has arrived at the point that it can not, at this point be influenced drastically by any approvals.

“We will work twice as difficult to make our guard industry completely autonomous,” he said.

“The U.S., which has not addressed any of our requirements for acquiring such frameworks, has turned to the assents weapon since we have addressed our necessities somewhere else,” the president proceeded.