NATO on Tuesday agreed to deploy Patriot missiles along the border of member state Turkey as requested by Ankara to help it defend its territory against threats from Syria.
NATO foreign ministers meet at headquarters in Brussels to discuss Syria and Turkey's request for Patriot missiles. NATO on Tuesday agreed to deploy the missiles along the border of Turkey as requested by Ankara to help it defend its territory against threats from Syria.
"NATO has agreed to augment Turkey's air defence capabilities in order to defend the population and territory of Turkey and to contribute to the de-escalation of the crisis along the alliance's border," a statement said.
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