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Turkey renounced missile defense2010-10-20 10:50
Ankara sees no threat from neighbouring states to its security or security of NATO member countries, said Ahmed Davutoglu, the Foreign Minister of Turkey - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Washington counted on deployment of missile defense complexes in Turkey, and they were planned to protect from Iranian missiles. Nevertheless, Ankara's reply to official request of the USA was negative.
Previously Donald Tusk, the Prime Minister of Poland, announced that Warsaw is ready to participate in the new missile defense project of the USA, and noted that peoples of America and Poland believe in the same values and their countries must safeguard security to Europe and the world.
Poland claimed interested in participation in SM-3 project.