History will not forgive the US and Israel, Erdogan said
ANKARA, may 15 — RIA Novosti. History will not forgive the US and Israel, and the world will be a witness to this, said President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, commenting on clashes in the Gaza strip, which killed dozens of Palestinians.
Protests were held in Gaza on Monday amid the 70th anniversary of the founding of Israel and timed for the anniversary of the transfer of the U.S. Embassy from tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Israeli soldiers were shooting to kill protesters. According to recent reports, the clashes killed 61 Palestinians. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas declared three days of mourning. The situation in the Gaza strip on Tuesday discussing the UN security Council.
“History will not forgive the US and Israel, we will witness this… the UN Resolutions provide for a waiver of any steps to change the status of Jerusalem guaranteed by international agreements,” — said Erdogan at a joint press conference with Prime Minister of great Britain Teresa may during his visit to the country. It quoted the Anadolu news Agency.
He noted that the upcoming extraordinary summit of the organization of Islamic cooperation on the situation in Palestine, which will be held in Istanbul on the initiative of Turkey, will send a strong signal to the world. In addition, the Turkish leader called on the international community and UN to immediately take action and put an end to the violence in Palestine.
On the eve of Erdogan called Israel a terrorist state, and its actions in Gaza genocide. He announced in Turkey three days of mourning for those killed in the Gaza strip and the decision to withdraw for consultations, Turkish ambassadors in the United States and Israel. On Tuesday, the Turkish MFA invited the Israeli Ambassador to leave the country.