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March 17, 1987 | United Press International
The United States and Turkey signed an agreement Monday preserving American military bases in Turkey until 1990 and giving Turkey better access to U.S. markets and the right to co-produce some American weapons. The letters of agreement signed at the State Department by Secretary of State George P. Shultz and Turkish Foreign Minister Vahit Halefoglu support an earlier agreement renewing the leases on 27 American air and naval bases and intelligence and logistical installations in Turkey.
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February 28, 1988 | Associated Press
The government on Saturday approved the renewal of a defense cooperation pact with the United States that was signed by the two countries almost a year ago, the Foreign Ministry announced. The pact gives the United States access to a dozen military installations in Turkey, including two electronic listening posts that monitor Soviet military activities and nuclear tests. Prime Minister Turgut Ozal's Cabinet, disappointed by the position of the U.S.
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February 28, 1988 | Associated Press
The government on Saturday approved the renewal of a defense cooperation pact with the United States that was signed by the two countries almost a year ago, the Foreign Ministry announced. The pact gives the United States access to a dozen military installations in Turkey, including two electronic listening posts that monitor Soviet military activities and nuclear tests. Prime Minister Turgut Ozal's Cabinet, disappointed by the position of the U.S.
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March 17, 1987 | United Press International
The United States and Turkey signed an agreement Monday preserving American military bases in Turkey until 1990 and giving Turkey better access to U.S. markets and the right to co-produce some American weapons. The letters of agreement signed at the State Department by Secretary of State George P. Shultz and Turkish Foreign Minister Vahit Halefoglu support an earlier agreement renewing the leases on 27 American air and naval bases and intelligence and logistical installations in Turkey.
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