Netanyahu: Turkey-Israel reconciliation deal close
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that a reconciliation agreement that would end six years of freeze in bilateral ties with Turkey is very close.
Netanyahu said the ties would not regain the level they used to have a decade ago, but normalization will help both sides “in advancing a long list of shared regional interests,” Israeli daily Ha’aretz reports.
Earlier, the Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said that the talks between Turkey and Israel are continuing, noting that the parties have achieved serious results during the talks.
The removal of the Gaza Strip's blockade by Israel is one of the important issues, Trend cited Kalin as saying.