Turkey Asks US to Support Palestinian Unity

April 2011
Journal of Turkish Weekly;4/25/2011, p52
The article states Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu asked the international community to support a compromise between rival Palestinian parties Hamas and al-Fatah that was facilitated by Turkey and Egypt. Hamas leader Khalid Meshal and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas agreed to work on the completion of a reconciliation deal which could lead to Palestine's recognition as a sovereign state by the United Nations.


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