Turkey wants unrestricted access to Gaza from Israel

Demirtaþ, Serkan
December 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/29/2015, p67
The article reports that Turkey is still waiting for Israel to pay compensation to the families of the Mavi Marmara victims and remove the blockade on Gaza for it to normalize diplomatic relations with the Jewish state. Topics discussed include reason behind Turkey's demand for unrestricted access to Gaza, Israeli media's claim that negotiations included Hamas members residing in Turkey and Hamas' view on talks between Israel and Turkey.


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