Publicado: Mar, Diciembre 03, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

France Says to Summon Turkish Envoy After Erdogan's 'Insults'

France Says to Summon Turkish Envoy After Erdogan's 'Insults'

"And it is a very strategic question", he told reporters at a press conference in Paris on November 28.

"The U.S. president should be credited with actually banging the table hard enough for the United States to be heard", Eya said, "This is, and it's important sometimes to repeat the cliché, the most successful alliance in modern history". Is it the objective of the Atlantic Alliance to identify one or the other as our enemies? "I don't think so", he argued.

"Our common enemy at the alliance is, it seems, terrorism, which has hit all of our countries". "We have agreed that our response to Russia's breach of the INF Treaty would be defensive, measured and coordinated", he said. Stoltenberg argued that although there were differences among NATO he said that in uncertain times, strong multilateral institutions such as Nato were essential: "It's no secret that there certainly are differences between allies.But the strength of Nato is that we have had the same kind of differences before, and every time we have been able to overcome them".

A Trump administration official expected 18 of the 29 members to meet the alliance's two percent target by 2024.

He said Russia's heavy investments in modernizing its army is violating a "cornerstone arms-control agreement in Europe", referring to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and he accused Russian Federation of being "responsible for aggressive actions for European neighbors". Erdogan said, addressing Macron.

Erdogan was talking days forward of a summit of the navy alliance, which Macron has stated is experiencing "brain death" due to US unpredictability beneath President Donald Trump and strained ties with Turkey.

Macron mentioned in an interview three weeks within the past there used to be an absence of strategic coordination between European allies on the one hand and the United States and Turkey, on completely different.

"The last two summits were devoted exclusively to working out how we could lighten. the financial cost to the United States", Macron said, describing a "glaring disconnect" between this debate and the challenges facing the alliance.

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On Friday, the Turkish leader has slammed Emmanuel Macron over his criticism of military campaign in northeast Syria.

Turkish officials later criticized Macron.

Chancellor Angela Merkel will get together with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, British PM Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron after she arrives in the British capital on Tuesday, AP quoted German government spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer as saying. It came a day after North Atlantic Treaty Organisation announced a $1 billion contract to refurbish its ageing fleet of surveillance planes made by U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing, reports The Associated Press.

"European unity can not replace transatlantic unity". European unity can not replace transatlantic unity.

But the terrorists have failed to withdraw from some areas and continue to attack both soldiers and civilians.

"It is correct" that the American-driven emphasis on more balanced cost-sharing should be implemented, Stoltenberg said.

But cutting the amount the US pays into the so-called common fund is unlikely to distract Trump's focus on increasing the allies' defense spending. Germany will pay more.

The move does not concern the national defense budgets that President Donald Trump routinely complains about.

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