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Ankara Decided to Freeze Political and Military Relations with Paris

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Turkish government has determined "sanctions to be applied against France" in protest of the bill penalizing the Armenian Genocide denial. Official Ankara decided to "freeze all bilateral relations in political and military fields." French companies will be deprived of the right to participate in the tenders for Turkish defense and energy projects. The prohibition will first of all refer to the projects of nuclear power plants construction, each costing $5 billion. Besides, French companies will be removed from the tenders announced by the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces, reports Azeri Press.
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