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U.S. still pressing Turkey to 'walk away' from Russian S-400 purchase: State Department official

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
The United States is still in talks with Turkey to get Ankara 'walk away' from the Russian missile defense system it purchased, a senior State Department official said on Friday, pressing it to either send it back or not make it operational.
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