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The US opposed it, Erdogan does not back down: Turkey could buy Russia's second missile system
Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country is considering buying a second Russian missile system, despite strong opposition from NATO ally the United States.
He stated that Turkey will make decisions about its defense systems independently. He also explained that Turkey had not been given the opportunity to buy American-made Patriot missiles.
NATO member Turkey was expelled from the F-35 program and its defense officials were sanctioned after purchasing the Russian-made S-400 missile defense system.
The US strongly opposes the use of Russian systems within NATO and says it poses a threat to the F-35. Turkey claims that the S-400 can be used independently without being integrated into NATO systems and therefore poses no risk.