U.S., EU, NATO Would Prefer Different Outcome of Turkish Elections, Explain Analysts


Following the reelection of Recep Tayyip Erdogan as president, Turkey won’t change its foreign policy, maintaining the autonomous position within NATO that doesn’t sit quite well with Western leaders, Tiberio Graziani, the chairman of Vision & Global Trends International Institute for Global Analyses, explained on Monday. “When it comes to international policy, the reelection of Erdogan as president of Turkey does not cause enthusiasm among ‘die-hard Westerners,’ such as the administration of Joe Biden, the European Union and NATO, because it is evident that Ankara will uphold its foreign policy. However, they will have to deal with it,” the analyst…

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