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Xinhua | Updated:2017-06-17 16:18RIYADH — Saudi Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that it wont allow Turkey to establish military bases on its land.
A source from the ministry tweeted that Saudi Arabia doesnt need such bases as its military forces and competency are one of the best, and the country has been involved in various foreign military assistances to fight terrorism and protect regional security.
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