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News ID: 48473
Publish Date: 9:14 - 06 October 2020
Tuesday, 06 October 2020_The Ottawa government says it is suspending its arms exports to Turkey, a fellow member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), over the alleged “improper” use of Canadian weapons in the ongoing clashes between Baku and Yerevan over Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Canada to suspend arms sales to NATO ally Turkey over KarabakhCanadian Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne announced on Monday that the arms sales will remain suspended while Canada investigates claims that drone-sensor technology created by an Ontario company is being improperly used in renewed fighting between Azerbaijan Republic and Armenia.

“In line with Canada’s robust export control regime and due to the ongoing hostilities, I have suspended the relevant export permits to Turkey, so as to allow time to further assess the situation,” the top diplomat said in a tweet.

“In line with Canada’s robust export control regime and due to the ongoing hostilities, I have suspended the relevant export permits to Turkey, so as to allow time to further assess the situation,” the top diplomat said in a tweet.

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