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Russia opposes the planned system, which it worries could threaten its own nuclear missiles or undermine their deterrence capability.
Russia agreed to consider a Nato proposal last year to cooperate on the missile shield, but insisted the system be run jointly.
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“Turkey’s hosting of this element will constitute our country’s contribution to the defence system being developed in the framework of Nato’s new strategic concept.
It will strengthen Nato’s defence capacity and our national defence system.” Turkey, with Nato’s second biggest military, has a geo-strategic importance to the Alliance dating back to its role as a front-line state in the Cold War era.
Ankara had also been at odds with the US and EU over their stance toward Iran’s nuclear programme, arguing for a diplomatic solution to the standoff instead of sanctions.
But the agreement over hosting the Nato radar comes at a time when Turkey and Iran appear to be differing on their approach toward Syria, with Turkey becoming increasingly critical of Iranian ally Syria’s brutal suppression of anti-regime protests.