Turkey signed agreement to buy S-400’s, says Erdogan
Turkey has made progress in its plans to procure an S-400 missile defense system from Russia with relevant documents signed, President Erdogan said on July 25. “Steps have been taken and signatures
signed with Russia concerning the S-400s. God willing, we will see the S-400s in our country,” Erdogan told lawmakers from a ruling AK Party meeting in Parliament. NATO member Turkey said in April it had reached a “final stage” in talks to procure the air missile defense system, though Turkey will not be able to integrate the Russian S-400 into the NATO system.