Despite media reports that Turkey and Germany reached a de facto compromise for Germany to set up military facilities at İncirlik Air Base, sources told Daily Sabah that an agreement has not been finalized and work is being carried out in light of the current diplomatic climate in bilateral relations. Bilateral ties suffered after German parliament passed a resolution describing the 1915 incidents concerning Armenians as genocide. Citing a Defense Ministry spokesman, a report by Deutsche Welle (DW) on Friday claimed the two countries had agreed on basic issues and talks are ongoing on the "Turkish-German Technical Arrangement Agreement" to regulate work regarding German planes and personnel at the air base.The sources said Germany's demand came before the lower house of German parliament approved a non-binding resolution on June 2 that recognizes claims of genocide on Armenians concerning the 1915 events, but discussions have not shaped a finalized agreement.
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