Turkey, often spewing venom on the Kashmir issue, is now preparing to build missiles and fighter jets in collaboration with Pakistan, India’s arch-enemy. It is believed that Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdoोगan is now eyeing China’s weapons technology in the midst of an ongoing tussle with the US. Turkey is also buying S-400 missile defense system from Russia. This nefarious trio of Turkey-Pakistan and China may increase India’s tension.
According to a Bloomberg report, Turkish Defense Ministry officials have held meetings in this regard with their Pakistani counterparts. Turkey along with Pakistan wants to build and develop hardware for the military. In this direction, the officials of both countries met in January. However, he did not say to what extent this meeting proceeded.
Pakistan built Shaheen missile on China’s design
Pakistan has built a JF-17 Thunder fighter jet with the help of China. This means that if Turkey makes a pact with Pakistan, it will open its way to get Chinese defense technology. Not only this, according to Pakistani TV channel Geo, Pakistan has also built its Shaheen missile on China’s design. Turkish officials said their country sees Pakistan as a strategic ally and is working closely with it on the Sipper Long Range Missile Defense Project and the TF-X fighter jet.
Turkey’s relationship with NATO countries may deteriorate as China enters its lap. Turkey is also included in NATO countries. The US has already banned Turkey from buying the S-400 with Russia. Earlier, India was warned by Greece’s experts on the deepening nefarious friendship between Pakistan and Turkey. Greek experts have given this warning at a time when there are reports that Pakistan is transferring nuclear bomb and missile technology to Turkey. The whole world has been shaken since this news.
‘Terrorism and regional security in India pose major threat’
Experts said that this friendship between Pakistan and Turkey poses a major threat to terrorism and regional security in Greece and India. Professor John Nomikos, Greece’s international affairs expert, said in a webinar here that the Turkish-Pakistan nexus posed a major threat to India and Greece. He said that Turkish, Pakistani and Chinese intelligence agencies are working together to create instability in Jammu and Kashmir. Professor Nomikos called on Joe Biden’s administration in the United States to curb Turkey’s dream of becoming a nuclear weapon state.