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The US Congress opposes financing the integration of Chinese HQ-9 complexes into the NATO air defense / missile defense system

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The US Congress opposes financing the integration of Chinese HQ-9 complexes into the NATO air defense / missile defense system

The US Congress intends this week to adopt a law prohibiting Turkey from using US subsidies to integrate Chinese air defense / missile defense systems planned for procurement, worth up to 4 billion, into the NATO air defense / missile defense system.


As reported by France Press, the United States expressed serious concern about the decision of the Turkish leadership to begin final negotiations with the Chinese company CPMIEC (China National Precision Machinery Import and Export Corporation) on the acquisition of HQ-9 complexes (export designation FD-2000). This company is under US sanctions for selling. weapons and rocket technology to Iran and Syria.

Turkey’s intentions also annoy Turkey’s NATO allies, who believe that air defense systems within the Alliance must be compatible with each other.

The annual budget bill contains a clause prohibiting the use of US subsidies in 2014 to integrate Chinese-made missile defense systems with US missile defense systems.

Committees for the Senate and House of Representatives Armed Forces said that such a system would not be compatible and should not be combined with the NATO missile defense system.

Without US subsidies, the cost of integrating Chinese-made ZRS for Turkey will increase substantially.

Turkey is expected to make a final decision on the purchase of Chinese air defense / missile defense systems next year.
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  1. svp67
    svp67 17 December 2013 09: 18 New
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    The US Congress intends this week to adopt a law prohibiting Turkey from using US subsidies to integrate Chinese air defense / missile defense systems planned for procurement, worth up to 4 billion, into the NATO air defense / missile defense system.

    I wonder who is faster - the US will pass the law or Turkey will have time to "attach" money before that time ...
    1. Civil
      Civil 17 December 2013 09: 33 New
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      Like buying stolen, a Chinese copy of a mixture of 300 and a patriot.
      1. Siberian German
        Siberian German 17 December 2013 16: 23 New
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        only Amer’s congressmen took care of this problem, and ours, if you asked them about it, and probably didn’t hear it — although the question before us is Chinese theft, oh, how more relevant than amers’s - look that it’s not our plane that’s our copy
  2. Edward72
    Edward72 17 December 2013 09: 19 New
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    It’s funny somehow, sort of like an All-Russian health resort, but they didn’t earn money so that they would not depend on mattresses and buy what was needed.
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 17 December 2013 12: 24 New
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      Quote: Edward72
      It’s funny somehow, sort of like an All-Russian health resort, but they didn’t earn money so that they would not depend on mattresses and buy what was needed.

      Turkey’s intentions also annoy Turkey’s NATO allies, who believe that air defense systems within the Alliance must be compatible with each other.

      This is an attempt to get out of the dependency, as I understand it, this compatibility implies control by the developer. Turkey no longer expects to receive anything substantial from the owner, so they are trying to get out of control. The rest is secondary, but "irritation of the allies" - they don't just leave the gangster gang.
    2. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 17 December 2013 14: 32 New
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      Quote: Edward72
      It’s funny somehow, sort of like an All-Russian health resort, but they didn’t earn money so that they would not depend on mattresses and buy what was needed.


      By your logic, they should have just got the S-300 for free ... weird huh? how did you not get it? laughing
  3. UVB
    UVB 17 December 2013 09: 22 New
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    Interestingly, what about the integration of Greek-made Russian S-300s into the NATO missile defense / air defense system?
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 17 December 2013 12: 29 New
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      Quote: UVB
      Interestingly, what about the integration of Greek-made Russian S-300s into the NATO missile defense / air defense system?

      Yesterday they kind of wrote about it, why integrate a fully autonomous system with their own radar, just put it into service.
  4. Kovrovsky
    Kovrovsky 17 December 2013 09: 42 New
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    The US Congress opposes financing the integration of Chinese HQ-9 complexes into the NATO air defense / missile defense system

    Well, who would doubt it! It would be ridiculous to suggest that they would gladly engage in this integration.wassat
  5. Airman
    Airman 17 December 2013 09: 47 New
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    In my opinion, all the same, the Americans will force Turkey to abandon the Chinese complexes and squander their Patriots.
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 17 December 2013 12: 32 New
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      Quote: Povshnik
      In my opinion, all the same, the Americans will force Turkey to abandon the Chinese complexes and squander their Patriots.

      It’s just in my opinion this is the first bell that Turkey wants to get out from under the wing of Nata, she felt cramped there.
  6. propolsky
    propolsky 17 December 2013 10: 06 New
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    It will be difficult for Turkey, America will not give up just like that, the monopoly of the arms clans is sacred and will not be tolerated in favor of competitors.
    1. Yuri Y.
      Yuri Y. 17 December 2013 14: 43 New
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      Of course. Why would they finance an increase in the Chinese market. Amerikosy are certainly such and such, but not sick.
  7. Urri
    Urri 17 December 2013 15: 39 New
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    Quote: Civil
    Like buying stolen, a Chinese copy of a mixture of 300 and a patriot.


    And morally obsolete. The concept of putting TPK on the ground when moving from transport to combat was revolutionary at the time, but today it has become obsolete. The translation standards dictated by the new weapons of the potential enemy have changed. Although the janissary will come down to the children, not to fat.
  8. VirtusEtHonor
    VirtusEtHonor 17 December 2013 16: 18 New
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    But in vain, let them implement and bring the Fallout scenario to life, amen.
  9. APASUS
    APASUS 17 December 2013 19: 14 New
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    Here you have honest business from the USA.
    End justifies the means!!!
  10. alone
    alone 17 December 2013 21: 45 New
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    I think this is a well-thought-out geopolitical game. Turkey begins its game, and in order to prevent this from being banned by Congress, it is not enough to make concessions to prevent copies of the s-300 from appearing in Turkey. Otherwise, Turkey will buy them anyway. The Greeks installed at home s-300. and they are also in NATO))
  11. And Us Rat
    And Us Rat 18 December 2013 02: 33 New
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    Chinese quality - launch HQ-9

    1. Guun
      Guun 18 December 2013 10: 08 New
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      And what? This happens to everyone.
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  12. Lelek
    Lelek 18 December 2013 08: 32 New
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    Of course, NATO will not allow this integration. But it’s a pity - the Chinese would have steamed them homemade glass beads under the MADE IN THE USA brand. laughing