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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Sunday vowed Ankara would pursue non-dollar transactions in trade with Russia and other countries, accusing the U.S. of behaving like "wild wolves". Both Turkey and Russia are reeling from punitive economic measures imposed by Washington.Ties between NATO members Washington and Ankara hit a new low last month as U.S. President Donald Trump announced steep new tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum in response to the detention of an American pastor in Turkey.Erdogan has also used the visit to ex-Soviet Kyrgyzstan to demand the Central Asian country of 6 million people relinquish all ties to Fethullah Gulen, a U.S.-based preacher and educator Ankara accuses of fomenting a coup in 2016 .
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