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France halts arms exports to Turkey over Syria offensive

PTI | Paris | Updated: 13-10-2019 01:49 IST | Created: 13-10-2019 01:47 IST
France halts arms exports to Turkey over Syria offensive
A meeting in Luxembourg Monday of the European Union's foreign affairs committee will decide on a coordinated European approach to the issue, the statement said. Image Credit: Flickr / Ajith Kumar

France has suspended all planned exports of "war materials" to Turkey that could be used in their offensive into Syria, said a statement from the foreign and defense ministries Saturday.

A meeting in Luxembourg Monday of the European Union's foreign affairs committee will decide on a coordinated European approach to the issue, the statement said.


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