Turkey reiterates support for Palestine

March 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;3/23/2015, p1
The article offers information on the support to Palestine by Turkey in deriving a peaceful solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. According to Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc, the creation of an independent Palestinian state in 1967 and the annexation of the historic city of Jerusalem in 1980 by Israel. It mentions the need of fair and sustainable solution to the problem and providing humanitarian and development aid to Palestine.


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