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Turkey promised to keep secret data on the Russian S-400 air defense system

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Turkey promised to keep secret data on the Russian S-400 air defense system

Turkey will not transmit data on the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft system to other countries, all information received about the air defense system will be kept secret. This was stated by the head of the secretariat of the defense industry of the republic, Ismail Demir.


Russia expressed concern about the safety of data on the S-400 system, and Turkey promised it to protect this data.

- said Demir.

Thus, Turkey reacted to the statement of US Senator John Thune, who proposed to resolve the contradictions between the US and Turkey by the purchase of Russian complexes from Ankara. Thune made a corresponding amendment to the defense budget.

Earlier, spokesman for the ruling Turkish party, Omer Celik, emphasized that there are no legal grounds for reselling the S-400 to other countries, including the United States. In turn, the official representative of the FSMTC Maria Vorobyeva noted that Turkey could not have transferred the S-400 air defense system to the United States without the consent of Russia, this is reflected in the purchase agreement.

Recall that Russia began supplying S-400 air defense systems of Turkey in July last year. Ankara’s acquisition of the Russian anti-aircraft system caused dissatisfaction with Washington, which demanded that Turkey abandon it. However, the republic’s leadership said it had originally acquired a system to protect the country and was not going to abandon it.
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  1. Doccor18
    Doccor18 17 July 2020 10: 47 New
    +1
    Turkey promised to keep secret data on the Russian S-400 air defense system

    Such things in the contract should be initially prescribed ...
    1. Insurgent
      Insurgent 17 July 2020 10: 56 New
      +1
      Quote: Doccor18
      Such things in the contract should be initially prescribed ...

      Exactly ! yes И they were spelled out.
      The head of the Turkish defense industry secretariat, Ismail Demir, only quoted one of the clauses of the contract:

      Turkey will not transmit data on the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft system to other countries, all information received about the air defense system will be kept secret.
      1. pavelty
        pavelty 17 July 2020 11: 49 New
        0
        End-user certificate, should be such an article
      2. Vol4ara
        Vol4ara 17 July 2020 11: 59 New
        +3
        Quote: Insurgent
        Quote: Doccor18
        Such things in the contract should be initially prescribed ...

        Exactly ! yes И they were spelled out.
        The head of the Turkish defense industry secretariat, Ismail Demir, only quoted one of the clauses of the contract:

        Turkey will not transmit data on the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft system to other countries, all information received about the air defense system will be kept secret.

        This is understandable, but I don’t understand one thing, they’ll give a damn about the contract and give it to s400, what will we do in return? Will we sue or declare war?
        1. BecmepH
          BecmepH 17 July 2020 12: 04 New
          +4
          Quote: Vol4ara
          This is understandable, but I don’t understand one thing, they’ll give a damn about the contract and give it to s400, what will we do in return? Will we sue or declare war?

          We won’t buy tomatoes for a whole month.
        2. iConst
          iConst 17 July 2020 12: 48 New
          +3
          Quote: Vol4ara
          here they spit on the contract and give s400

          There is no sense in this for the Turks. Such complexes are acquired to counter leading world armies. Well, not against the Kurds to use such complexes!

          Who can we assume is Turkey’s most likely adversary? Israel ?, Egypt ?, Iran ?. Bloodless Syria is unlikely, at least in the near-medium term. For Europe, it’s more like an application for independence.

          Well, where is Israel, there are minke whales nearby. To reveal secrets means to open your cards to these “partners” and lose weight in influencing this region.

          S-400 is more a political weapon.
          1. Vol4ara
            Vol4ara 17 July 2020 17: 18 New
            +1
            Quote: iConst
            Quote: Vol4ara
            here they spit on the contract and give s400

            There is no sense in this for the Turks. Such complexes are acquired to counter leading world armies. Well, not against the Kurds to use such complexes!

            Who can we assume is Turkey’s most likely adversary? Israel ?, Egypt ?, Iran ?. Bloodless Syria is unlikely, at least in the near-medium term. For Europe, it’s more like an application for independence.

            Well, where is Israel, there are minke whales nearby. To reveal secrets means to open your cards to these “partners” and lose weight in influencing this region.

            S-400 is more a political weapon.

            Greece
            1. iConst
              iConst 18 July 2020 10: 01 New
              0
              Quote: Vol4ara
              Greece

              As a probability - possible, but small. Greece is in decline and they themselves will not start anything, unless the Turks properly provoke them. In addition, they are both in the alliance - they will not be given it seriously.
        3. Dkuznecov
          Dkuznecov 17 July 2020 13: 10 New
          0
          We will sue and declare war. So rather.
        4. Marconi41
          Marconi41 17 July 2020 15: 16 New
          -1
          Quote: Vol4ara
          Quote: Insurgent
          Quote: Doccor18
          Such things in the contract should be initially prescribed ...

          Exactly ! yes И they were spelled out.
          The head of the Turkish defense industry secretariat, Ismail Demir, only quoted one of the clauses of the contract:

          Turkey will not transmit data on the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft system to other countries, all information received about the air defense system will be kept secret.

          This is understandable, but I don’t understand one thing, they’ll give a damn about the contract and give it to s400, what will we do in return? Will we sue or declare war?

          Of course the court. And very quickly we will win it and we will receive the prescribed penalty for this. But secrets do not preserve unfortunately.
          1. vVvAD
            vVvAD 18 July 2020 12: 04 New
            +1
            This is all, of course, so.
            But here iConst correctly noted that it is not in the interests of Turkey itself.
            In addition, Turkey - a regional power - is not the United States, Not China, and not India. And a country that is not important for us, like Ukraine, which we cannot afford to do harm. Although it is also not in our interests to greatly weaken Turkey.
            Based on the above, we have a lot of options to hurt her if necessary: ​​and on the MTC line - to close supplies, incl. BP, as well as TO; and through trade, Turkish imports and Russian exports critical for Turkey; and through diplomacy and the Armed Forces - to seriously complicate Turkey's ambitions in Syria and Libya; and through intelligence and cybersecurity. So, if necessary, arrange another demonstrative flogging, incl. and for the edification of other countries, we are quite capable.
            In addition, one should not overlook what service Erdogan received from our special services when Western intelligence services tried to eliminate him. As well as the consequences for Turkey of the destruction of our Su-24 in the sky of Syria. In Turkey, they perfectly understand and remember everything, and they will not fight with us: the damage will many times exceed any possible benefits - the weight category is not the same.
        5. kutuz
          kutuz 19 July 2020 10: 38 New
          0
          Prohibit the import of tomatoes!
    2. Evgeny Strygin
      Evgeny Strygin 18 July 2020 20: 05 New
      0
      a lot is also spelled out in the NATO treaty. What is the priority? mmm riddle.
  2. Hydrography Bay Golden Horn
    Hydrography Bay Golden Horn 17 July 2020 10: 48 New
    -1
    Not a question, but why did we sell it?
    1. Cyril G ...
      Cyril G ... 17 July 2020 10: 56 New
      +2
      What's the problem? Sold the export version of the complex. There really should be a lot of differences.
  3. Avior
    Avior 17 July 2020 10: 58 New
    -1
    As if it weren’t received, we cannot transmit information to you, so go and see for yourself
  4. Eldorado
    Eldorado 17 July 2020 11: 05 New
    -1
    So it was written in the contract.
  5. IGOR GORDEEV
    IGOR GORDEEV 17 July 2020 11: 18 New
    +3
    Something is poorly believed in these promises.
    1. Licanat
      Licanat 17 July 2020 11: 21 New
      0
      https://yandex.ru/turbo/s/rostov.tsargrad.tv/news/kak-russkie-zaranee-perehitrili-ssha-zagadku-s-400-raskryl-baranec_265490
  6. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 17 July 2020 11: 29 New
    +4
    Turkey promised ... For some reason, I immediately remembered the famous phrase: "Promise to marry ... it is not at all necessary to actually marry ..."!
  7. Knell wardenheart
    Knell wardenheart 17 July 2020 12: 00 New
    0
    And is this really necessary for the USA?) If Turkey will test these systems on its territory, which is under the NATO cap? They will calmly collect all outgoing information, then they will buy from whom information on distance-detection conditions is needed - and that’s all.
    1. Evgeny Strygin
      Evgeny Strygin 18 July 2020 20: 07 New
      0
      Turkey is a member of NATO. What a cap here.
  8. viktor.
    viktor. 17 July 2020 13: 21 New
    0
    This technique is not like resale, but with excessive curiosity should self-destruct!
  9. strelokmira
    strelokmira 17 July 2020 14: 01 New
    0
    Russia expressed concern about the safety of data on the S-400 system, and Turkey promised it to protect this data.

    - said Demir.
    Then I thought a little and added -
    I swear by mom!
  10. Alexander Sosnitsky
    Alexander Sosnitsky 17 July 2020 14: 38 New
    0
    What two know, every pig knows. Let them know
  11. nobody111body
    nobody111body 17 July 2020 16: 05 New
    0
    laughter — as a fascist ribentrop would say by throwing a “paper-contract” in Molotov’s face; however, then he paid for it with his head
  12. Dikson
    Dikson 17 July 2020 16: 57 New
    -1
    And what will we do to them if they put everything out to NATO partners? Puff in a rag ... S-300 merged, and this system will merge .. There is nothing to sell defense of the homeland. Trust the Turks ... yeah ... But the Chinese do not promise us anything about the S-400? Not yet unscrewed or something?
  13. bulava
    bulava 19 July 2020 00: 33 New
    -2
    I hope our foresight and sold them a mock-up of a complex with a filling in the form of an engine from a decommissioned CME3 and L-17 casemate