According to the channel, an official statement is expected in connection with the signing of the agreement soon.
Earlier, the newspaper "Hürriet" reported that part of the money for the S-400 air defense missile systems Ankara will pay for itself, and for the other part it will take a loan from Moscow.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on September 12 that Ankara had signed an agreement with Moscow on the acquisition of S-400 systems, and also made a deposit for them. General Director of the state corporation "Rostekh" Sergei Chemezov said on November 2 that the contract value exceeds $2 billion. According to Deputy Chief of the Turkish Defense Industry Secretariat Ismail Demir, the delivery of the systems will begin within two years.
Some 55% of the total contract amount will be Russian loan funds.
In September, Moscow and Ankara reached an agreement on the delivery of S-400 systems to Turkey, with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirming that Ankara had made its first payment for the air defense systems.
S-400 Triumph is a long-range anti-aircraft missile system adopted for service in 2007. It is intended for the destruction of aviation, cruise and ballistic missiles.