USA has accepted the lawlessness it has done to Turkey Dialogue begins again for a solution in the F-35 program

Stating that there is no legal basis for the USA to exclude Turkey from the F-35 program, Defense Industry President İsmail Demir said, “The last letter of the USA justified us,” and said that the dialogue process will start again in the F-35.

İsmail Demir, President of the Presidential Defense Industry, said that there is no legal basis for the USA to exclude Turkey from the F-35 program and said, “We said that no country can be excluded from the F-35 program unilaterally. The last letter of the USA proved us right.”

It happens by the unanimity of all partners

Meeting with the members of the Economy Correspondents Association, Demir recalled the memorandum of understanding signed for the F-35 program and said, “According to this text, the removal of any partner from here can only be unanimous or withdrawn from all partners.” said.

No legal basis

Demir said, “Although none of this happened,” I took out Turkey “statements do not have a legal basis,” he said.

A new dialogue process will begin

İsmail Demir said, “A dialogue process will begin with the United States to find a solution that is not against the spirit of alliance and that our rights regarding our aircraft are not lost,” said İsmail Demir.

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