A U.S. Senate committee voted Wednesday to advance a sanctions bill against Turkey for its anti-terror operation in northeastern Syria and purchase of a Russian missile defense system.

The bill cleared the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with an 18-4 vote and now advances to consideration by the full Senate.

Named the “Promoting American National Security and Preventing the Resurgence of ISIS Act,” the bill was sponsored by committee Chairman Jim Risch and ranking Democrat Bob Menendez.

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