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U.S. may restrict cooperation with Turkey due to purchase of Russian S-400

It can lead to the use of the sanctions by the U.S. in accordance with CAATSA law.
15:30, 6 March 2019

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The U.S. can refuse from supplies of F-35 fighter aircraft to Turkey, if Ankara does not refuse from the purchase of the Russian anti-aircraft weapon system S-400 as DW reported citing Curtis Scaparrotti, the Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO Allied Command Operations.

“I highly recommend us to refuse from the deal on F-35 and joint work with the ally, who works with the Russian systems, especially the systems of the anti-missile defense, which are the most advanced technology,” Scaparrotti stated.

Related: Russia to enhance Crimean anti-aircraft warfare with fourth division of S-400

Moreover, if the deal between Turkey and Russia will take place, Washington will also withdraw its offer on the sale of the surface-to-air missile system Patriot to Turkey for the sum of $3,5 billion.

Besides, it can lead to the use of the sanctions by the U.S. in accordance with CAATSA law.

Related: Why Russia's S-400 Is no joke (and why no air force wants to fight against it)
Related: Why Russia's S-400 Is no joke (and why no air force wants to fight against it)

As it was reported earlier Russia and Turkey signed an agreement on supply of S-400 missile system. Also, it is planned to get the joint production going. The United States criticized Turkey’s intention to buy the S-400 missile systems from Russia.

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