Turkey's claim to normalize relations with the Zionist regime

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Publish Date: 8:46 - 11 February 2022
Friday, 11 February 2022 (YJC)_ The Turkish Foreign Minister claimed that normalizing his country's relations with the Zionist regime does not mean turning his back on the two-state solution.

Turkey's claim to normalize relations with the Zionist regimeTurkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşo .lu said on Thursday that normalizing relations between the country and the Zionist regime would not mean changing Ankara's position on the two-state solution.

According to the Hurriyet newspaper, the Turkish Foreign Minister said that Turkey is not willing to back down from its commitments to form a Palestinian state in order to have closer relations with the Zionist regime.

Çavuşo .lu claimed that relations between Turkey and the Zionists began after the formation of the regime's new cabinet because "their new government's foreign minister also believes in a two-state solution."

He continued:
Can we now say yes to settlements and the demolition of Palestinian homes? Our policy in this regard is quite clear.

Citing his country's relations with Russia as an example, the Turkish Foreign Minister said:
If Russia is one of the actors in the region, we believe that we will benefit from cooperating with Russia to a certain extent.

The Hebrew newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth revealed today (Thursday) that Israeli Foreign Minister Alon Youssef has paid a secret visit to Turkey, in preparation for next month's visit to Turkey by President Ishaq Herzog. There have been.

The Zionist newspaper reported that the high-ranking Israeli official met with Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, who is officially acting as Recep Tayyip Erdogan's communications adviser.

Turkey and the Zionist regime have not had ambassadors since May 2018 - after Ankara expelled the Israeli ambassador on the pretext of increasing Zionist attacks on the Gaza Strip and US President Donald Trump's decision to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem.

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