Moscow – Moscow and Ankara confirmed on Tuesday that they signed a deal in which Moscow would sell Ankara S-400 missiles.
“Signatures have been made for the purchase of S-400s from Russia.
A deposit has also been paid as far as I know,” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday.
He stated that he and Russian President Vladimir Putin “are determined on this issue.”
This is the largest deal that Turkey signs with a country from outside NATO.
It represents an advanced political step in the journey of normalizing relations between the two sides after a crisis that erupted when a Turkish jet shot down a…