It would be a retaliatory move against potential sanctions by the US
I think that Turkey’s case should push NATO to put in place a long-overdue system for handling a member no longer acting in accordance with NATO values
"Turkey has been a thorn in the side of the United States for the last half decade"
US raid evaded Turkey’s Incirlik base...
Is there a role for Greece here?
A US State Department official pointed out that Turkey agreed to never acquire nuclear weapons by signing the non-proliferation treaty
The B61-12 and the connection with Turkey's F-35s
The academics also say that B-61 nuclear weapons at İncirlik need to be modernized in the foreseeable future
Nuclear weapons in Greece's neighborhood
Stored at Incirlik are B61 gravity bombs which are about 10 times more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb