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United States eyeing Greek islands as alternative to Turkish military base – U.S. senator


U.S. officials have intensified preparations to withdraw from the İncirlik Air Base in Turkey’s southern Adana province and are considering Greece’s islands as an alternative, the Washington Examiner reported on Friday.   The American base in Souda Bay, Crete, is gaining more significance as tensions grow between allies Turkey and the United States. “Because our presence, quite honestly, in Turkey is certainly threatened,” said Johnson. “It’s very unfortunate the path that Erdoğan is taking Turkey, or has put Turkey on.” “We don’t know what’s gonna happen to Incirlik,” Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee for Europe, told…

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