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Erdogan aide: ‘Certain sides do not want Gaza siege lifted’

Turkish President Recep, Tayyip Erdogan

Irshad Hormuz, senior aide of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, yesterday warned that “Certain sides do not want the Gaza siege lifted,” noting that this siege is a “flagrant violation of world conventions and human rights,”
Al-Resalah newspaper mentioned.

Although he did not point out which “facets” he used to be regarding, Hormuz said political considerations in Gaza must now not be sorted out via “ravenous individuals and imposing a siege”.

“The siege on Gaza, which has been imposed for a decade, is a stab in the back of human rights and is rejected with the aid of all civilised values. It’s unacceptable to use it to achieve political positive aspects.”

The Turkish legit known as for world and regional efforts to come together to raise this “uncivilised phenomenon”.

Regarding Turkish-Israeli discussions to restore diplomatic members of the family, Hormuz stressed out that lifting the siege is still a condition, noting that Turkey would by no means give up exerting efforts to facilitate the life of Palestinians within the Gaza Strip and the
West Financial Institution.

He refused to talk about small print Regarding the discussions, however reiterated that the difficulty of lifting the siege on Gaza will not be up for negotiation.

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