Bennett: Erdogan making Israel regret its apology

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March 27, 2013 18:57

 
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Minister of Economy and Trade Naftali Bennett hit out at Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday over his response to an apology delivered by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for a May 2010 IDF raid on a flotilla heading for Gaza, in which nine Turkish nationals died.

“It seems that since [Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s] apology, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is doing everything to make Israel regret it”, Bayit Yehudi leader Bennett wrote in a message on his official Facebook page. “He is running a personal and vitriolic campaign at the expense of Israeli-Turkish relations.” 

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