U.S. positive about Turkey's Patriot demand
The United States is positive about Turkey's demanding Patriot missile from NATO.
U.S. Department of State's spokesman Mark Toner said on November 21 that the U.S. took Turkey's demand seriously as a NATO ally, and it was positive about deployment of a Patriot missile.
Meanwhile, the Netherlands will send a reconnaissance team to Turkey.
Dutch Defense Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert said that they would give a response after they held meetings with Turkey as well as Germany and the U.S. --other two countries besides the Netherlands which had Patriot system.
Adapted from Worldbulletin
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