EU Leaders May Impose Weapons Embargo on Turkey Over Syria
European Union leaders may decide on an arms embargo on Turkey over its incursion into Syria as soon as next week, said four officials familiar with the discussions.
The potential move would send a strong signal to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government and drag Ankara’s relations with its NATO allies to a new low. The officials said the decision could be made over a summit of EU leaders in Brussels on Oct. 17-18.
Germany and France said Saturday they stopped shipments of military equipment. The French government said Monday’s meeting...