Turkey's Interior Ministry Suspends Security Cooperation With U.S.

Turkey's Interior Ministry Suspends Security Cooperation With U.S.

Turkey's interior minister has gradually ended all practical cooperation between Turkish security forces and the U.S. government since he entered office in 2016, the Middle East Eye reported.

Andrew H. Sweet
Andrew H. Sweet
  • Suleyman Soylu has suspended joint training programs between Turkish and American police forces, denied early U.S. access to Turkish police intelligence on suspects, and refused to share information regarding ongoing Turkish investigations with American counterparts.
  • Turkey-US relations have been in decline over a range of issues. There has been no comment from the U.S. so far.

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