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Turkey accepts NATO defence plan for Poland: report

04.12.2019 16:00
Turkey has reportedly agreed to back a NATO plan to defend Poland and the Baltic states after initially threatening to block the initiative.
  • Turkey accepts NATO defence plan for Poland: report
US President Donald Trump (left) and Turkeys President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right) during a NATO summit in London on Wednesday.
US President Donald Trump (left) and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right) during a NATO summit in London on Wednesday.Photo: EPA/PETER NICHOLLS

The Turkish president said on Tuesday his country would oppose the plan unless the Western military alliance backed it in classifying a Kurdish militia as a terrorist group.

That announcement from Recep Tayyip Erdoğan sent shockwaves throughout the alliance as leaders gathered for an anniversary summit in London.

Tomasz Ferenc reports from the British capital…

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