Turkey discusses Israeli-Palestinian conflict with regional powers -Turkish source


Ankara (Reuters) – Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan held phone calls with his Qatari, Saudi, Egyptian, Palestinian and Iranian counterparts on Saturday to discuss the conflict between Israeli forces and Palestinians, a Turkish Foreign Ministry source said.

The source did not provide any further information.

Earlier, Turkey’s foreign ministry said Ankara was in close contact with all parties and stood ready to help de-scalate the situation.

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