Newspaper: Washington began thinking aloud the possibility of suspension of Turkey's
Newspaper: Washington began thinking aloud the possibility of suspension of Turkey's membership of NATO
The Daily Telegraph, Wednesday, that the United States started to think aloud the possibility of suspension of Turkey 's membership of NATO said.
The newspaper said in a report, that "Erdogan 's Islamic agenda make Ankara - which was previously considered an important member of NATO ally is not stable , " noting that "since Turkey 's accession to NATO in 1952, it was seen as an ally protecting European borders any Russian or threats from the Arab world . "
She added, that " the location of Turkey in the region played a key role in establishing the presence of US Angelark base in southern Turkey, especially in light of the new terrorist threat posed by Al - Daash", noting that " the fact that the Washington had thinking aloud the possibility of suspension of Turkey 's membership of NATO, this reveals the extent of the deterioration of relations between Ankara and its allies Europeans since the failed coup. "
The paper that "there are many questions about the fate of Turkey 's membership in NATO, especially after the coup , and the campaigns of liquidation , which the Turkish government waged against the supporters of the coup failed." that.