Turkish and Somali Presidents Engage in Discussion on Israeli Actions in Palestine and Humanitarian Aid.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Somali counterpart Hassan Sheikh Mohamud engaged in discussions on Israeli actions in the Palestinian territory, humanitarian aid, and bilateral relations on Saturday. The meeting, held on the sidelines of the Antalya Diplomacy Forum, covered various topics, including Turkey-Somalia relations, Israel’s actions in Palestine, humanitarian aid, the fight against terrorism, and regional and global issues, as stated by the country’s Communications Directorate.

During the meeting, President Erdogan reaffirmed Ankara’s continuous commitment to supporting Somalia, with a particular emphasis on the defense sector. Additionally, Erdogan expressed Turkey’s willingness to mediate and assist in resolving tensions between Somalia and Ethiopia.

President Erdogan emphasized the imperative to halt Israel’s aggressive actions in Palestinian territories, asserting that lasting peace should be based on the establishment of an independent Palestinian state along the 1967 borders, as highlighted by the directorate.

Key attendees at the meeting included Turkey’s National Defense Minister Yasar Guler, the head of the country’s National Intelligence Organization Ibrahim Kalin, and the president’s chief advisor Akif Cagatay Kilic.

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