Turkey may let Russia use its Incirlik air base - media
Turkey could let Russia use its Incirlik air base to fight the Islamic state terrorist group (banned in Russia) in Syria, as follows from the words of Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, according to Russian news agency TASS.
"We will cooperate with everybody who is fighting Islamic State," Cavusoglu said, TASS reports.
"Ankara has opened the Incirlik airbase to all those wishing to join the active fight," said the minister.
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Currently, the United States, Germany, the UK, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are allowed to use the air base.