Turkey Ends Boycott Against France

ANKARA–Turkey unofficially ended its boycott against France. When France officially recognized the Genocide–Turkish authorities called for an all out boycott against France in every arena of society–from military to material commodities.

Turkey rejected all previously made agreemen’s with France from Military to trade.

A short time after–Turkey gradually called off its boycott of various French goods and services–and reinstated its normal relations with France–but it maintained its military boycott.

News out of Ankara now implies that the military boycott has ended as well.

Turkey recently gave $350 million to a French Research and Rescue exploration organization.

By this gesture–Turkey unofficially ended its boycott against France.


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