’Israel’, Turkey back to Normalization
"Israeli" Prime Minister Netanyahu landed in Rome for the official announcement of the apartheid entity-Turkey reconciliation agreement together with US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday morning.
Netanyahu said that the deal will have "enormous implications" for the "Israeli" economy, mentioning the development of the natural gas fields off the coast. John Kerry expressed his satisfaction with the deal and described it as a "positive step."
He noted that the American government has been working for several years to formulate the agreement.
"Israeli" commandos attacked the Freedom Flotilla in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea on May 31, 2010, killing nine Turkish citizens and injuring about 50 other people. A tenth Turkish national later succumbed to the injuries sustained in the raid.
A Turkish official also said Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim is scheduled to talk about the deal at 1:00 pm in Ankara on Monday.
"The prime minister will talk about the contents of the Turkey-"Israel" agreement at tomorrow's press conference," the unnamed Turkish official said Sunday.
The deal is set to go before "Israel's" so-called security cabinet for approval on Wednesday.
The "Israeli" official said the agreement will lead to the restoration of ambassadors.
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