Turkey, Britain agreed to hurry up fighter jet mission


Turkey and Britain have agreed to hurry up work on a mission to construct fighter jets, Overseas Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu informed broadcaster A Haber on Wednesday.

The 2 international locations agreed a 100 million pound ($133 million) deal in 2017 to develop Turkish fighter jets, and Turkey’s Kale Group stated it was organising a three way partnership with Rolls-Royce to work on the mission. In March Rolls-Royce stated it had scaled again efforts to affix the programme.

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