Friday, November 16, 2012

Morsi and Erdogan discuss the Israeli aggression on Gaza

Morsi and Erdogan discuss the Israeli aggression on Gaza


ISTANBUL, (PIC)-- Turkish Prime Minister phoned the Egyptian President to discuss the Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip, and the developments of the situation in the region.
According to the Turkish "Anatolia" news agency on Friday; the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, telephoned the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, and discussed the Israeli attacks against the Gaza Strip, and the developments of the situation in the region, noting that President Morsi told Erdogan that "Egypt is eagerly waiting for his visit scheduled on Saturday."
The visit comes in light of the development of the situation in the Gaza Strip, after the Israeli attack, which targeted several locations, and resulted in killing the leader Ahmed Jabari and dozens of Palestinians, in addition to injuring hundreds of citizens, most of them are women and children.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc, also considered the Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip as an inhuman act, stressing that his country is looking for stopping the attacks as soon as possible.
He told reporters about the determination of the Turkish government to make all attempts to stop the attacks, and reminding that the relations between his country and Israel are frozen at the moment after the killing of nine Turkish citizens by the Israeli army in the Marmara ship.
The Turkish media have reported that the headquarters of the Turkish humanitarian relief committee was damaged due to the Israeli escalating attacks on the Gaza Strip.
It pointed out that the Israeli warplanes targeted, on early Friday, two separate locations close to the headquarters of the office of the Turkish "Anatolia" news agency and the Turkish humanitarian relief committee (IHH) in Gaza City, causing damages in the building of the IHH.