Genocide, Sanctions and Incirlik: Erdo?an Will Not Kick Out NATO From Its Bases Despite Threats | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Genocide, Sanctions and Incirlik: Erdo?an Will Not Kick Out NATO From Its Bases Despite Threats

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has dropped a bombshell by announcing that he could shut down the NATO-controlled Incirlik airbase that hosts U.S. nuclear bombs and the U.S. missile warning radar at Kurecik military base, in response to Washington’s threats of sanctions against Turkey. These nuclear bombs are of course placed purposefully close to Russia. The Incirlik air base in the southern Turkish province of Adana is used by the U.S. Air Force while the U.S. military also maintains a missile warning radar in the Kurecik district in Turkey’s southeastern Malatya province, which is part of NATO’s missile defense system in Europe.

“If it is necessary for us to take such a step, of course, we have the authority… We will close down Incirlik if necessary,” Erdo?an said on A Haber TV on Sunday.

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