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Turkey Blocks Israel from Participation in NATO Summit

Turkey has blocked the participation of the Zionist entity in a key NATO summit that will take place in Chicago on May 20 and 21, despite calls from influential allies including the United States, Western diplomatic have sources told the Hürriyet Daily News.Ahmet Davutoglu

The veto was conveyed to the NATO bodies by Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu during the Alliance’s meeting last week in Brussels.

“There will be no Israeli presence at the NATO meeting unless they issue a formal apology and pay compensation for the Turkish citizens their commandos killed in international waters” a senior Turkish official told the Daily News.

“There are demands from us for the removal of our veto, but this is out of question.”

“Those countries who wish to see normalization in ties between Turkey and Israel should advise Israel to apologize and to compensate the killing of Turks in international waters,” the official said.

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24-04-2012 - 09:57 Last updated 24-04-2012 - 09:57 | 1809 View
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User Comments Number of comments: 2
1 - so?!
turkish joker | Canada 12:13 2012-04-24
So if Israel apologizes Turkey will normalize relations with it\\ís old friend?!And that means all those
talks from Erdogan about Gazah are actually conditional and worthless!?I suggest Israel apologize and
have it\\ís friend back.
2 - Turkey and Israel
Abdul Rashid | USA 08:43 2012-04-25
The fact that Turkey would consider normalizing relations with Israel shows how little the Muslim Ummah
means to the Turkish government.

 

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