NATO Weighs In After Erdogan, Putin Meet

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Following Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s meeting this week in Russia, NATO issued a strong statement making clear it views Turkey as a “valued ally” whose membership is “not in question.”

One day after Tuesday’s meeting in St. Petersburg — where the two leaders highlighted efforts to renew their strained relationship and indicated a joint effort to find common ground in the Syrian crisis is in the cards — NATO released a statement noting it “counts on the continued contributions of Turkey and Turkey can count on the solidarity and support of NATO.”

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