The United States has halted delivery of equipment related to the stealthy F-35 fighter aircraft to Turkey, sources familiar with the situation said, marking the first concrete US step to block delivery of the jet to the NATO ally in light of Ankara’s planned purchase of a Russian missile defense system.
Excluding NATO-member Turkey from the trillion-dollar F-35 fighter jet program would be challenging due to Ankara’s integral role in the stealthy jet’s production process, but not impossible, US sources familiar with the situation said.
The United States was a “true mediator” between Athens and its international creditors at the peak of the Greek crisis and helped prevent the country’s ouster from the eurozone on several occasions, Kathimerini’s Washington correspondent,…
New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis began a two-day visit to the US Thursday where he is expected to brief investors and outline out his vision for the Greek economy.
The United States intends to end Turkey’s preferential trade treatment under a program that allowed some exports to enter the United States duty free, the US Trade Representative’s Office said on Monday.
Time runs out for the fate of the INF Treaty as the 60-day grace period given by the U.S. to Russia expires on 2nd February
The US warned on Wednesday that the UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus cannot be part of a landscape that lacks a path toward a political solution, as the Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 2453 extending the force’s mandate for…
Cyprus is expecting the US to participate in the trilateral cooperation between Greece, Cyprus and Israel in the near future, President Nicos Anastasiades said on Tuesday.
“Stay away from Cyprus” was the message given by the US to Turkey – The Islamic regime is being isolated as a destabilization factor in the Mediterranean.
Defence Minister and Independent Greeks (ANEL) leader Panos Kammenos, in an interview on Monday stressed that his trip to the United States was very successful because "it was certified that the US trusts as a centre of stability in the…