Barak calls Turkish counterpart to discuss flotilla violence

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May 31, 2010 12:55

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak called his Turkish counterpart Vecdi Gonul on Monday to update him on the clashes between Israeli soldiers and international activists aboard Gaza-bound protest ships and their aftermath.

The Gaza flotilla set out from Turkey and some unrest in the Turkish streets has been reported in the wake of Monday's violence.

Barak is scheduled to give a press conference on the Gaza flotilla events on Monday afternoon.


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