The advisor's statements are not coincidental in anticipating a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Washington on November 13. Erdogan will meet with US President Donald Trump to discuss issues of utmost importance that have led to disagreements between the two NATO allies.
The acquisition by Ankara of the Russian anti-aircraft missile system S-400 is one of the problems as well as the support by the Americans of the opponents of the Erdogan regime.
Washington says the S-400 is incompatible with NATO's defense methods and threatens F-35 fighter jets produced by US-based Lockheed Martin.
The US removed Turkey from the F-35 program, although the Turks were producing components for these super-performance aircraft.
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