The Turkish Defense Procurement Agency refuted the fact of signing the second agreement on the purchase of Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems, saying that the conditions have not undergone any changes since the initial agreement in 2017, Bloomberg said with reference to the Turkish agency.
The Office of the Defense Industry under the Administration of the President of Turkey said that “there are no new development of events. The process continues according to the initially reached agreements.”
On the eve of the Russian media, citing the head of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation of Russia, Dmitry Shugaev, reported the signing of a contract for the supply of Turkey of the second regiment of anti-aircraft missile systems (AGS) S-400 called Triumph. Shugaev also added that the signing of the contract is at the stage of practical implementation and military-technical cooperation with Turkey is developing within the framework of the agreements reached.