France is proposing that Turkey no longer be a member of NATO

PARIS, (BM) – The head of the French Ministry of Defense said that in connection with the recent actions of Ankara, that the North Atlantic Alliance should reconsider its attitude to Turkey as a member of NATO, hinting at the need to exclude this state from the military alliance, learned citing Aviapro news agency.

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Given the fact that one of the largest member countries of the military alliance advocates the possible exclusion of Turkey from NATO, very serious problems may well be expected for Turkey.

We had difficult moments in the [North Atlantic] alliance, but we cannot be an ‘ostrich’ and cannot pretend that Turkey has no problem in NATO. We must see this, say it and deal with it [with this problem],” said the French Ministry of Defense.

Official Ankara has not yet responded to such a statement, however, experts pay attention to the fact that Turkey can only go one way – to abandon its aggressive policy, because otherwise, it will not only be expelled from NATO, but they will have all sorts opposition, which will certainly undermine the national interests of this country, and the existing government will lose all support, which Erdogan is very afraid of.

It should be clarified that earlier, some German politicians had already made a similar proposal.

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