London (AP) - Britain partially stops its arms exports to Turkey. Accordingly, weapons should no longer be delivered that could be used for the military offensive in northern Syria. Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said in parliament in London that they will control exports very closely. Germany had already partially stopped arms exports to Turkey. EU foreign ministers yesterday condemned the Turkish military offensive against the Kurdish YPG militia in northern Syria yesterday, but failed to agree on a common EU arms embargo.
EU: UK: part of arms sales to Turkey suspended
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