Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has signaled the resumption of relations with Israel

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

ANKARA: President Tayyip Erdogan has hinted at resuming relations with Israel, saying Israeli President Isaac Herzog could visit Turkey soon.

According to the report, the President of Serbia Alexander Vujich arrived in Turkey on a visit where he was received with great enthusiasm. The two leaders discussed issues of bilateral cooperation.Several agreements were also reached during the meeting.

After the meeting, the President of Turkey and the President of Serbia held a press conference. In response to a question, the Turkish President revealed that talks are currently underway with Israeli President Herzog and it is possible that he will visit Turkey.

The president said that Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett also has a positive position on the issue of restoring relations with us.

"We want peace, not war," he added.If "petrol" causes peace in the region then we will definitely use it.

He also said that if petrol is not a source of peace then every country is free to make its own decision.

The Turkish president's statement came at a time when the United States has refused to support the disputed Mediterranean gas pipeline and Turkey has no other option.

Relations between Israel and Turkey ended in 2010 when the Israeli navy attacked the Turkish navy in Gaza.

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