Report: EU officials tell Israel that Turkey wants to improve ties

Report EU officials tel

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October 25, 2009 17:21

 
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European diplomats have informed Israel that Turkey believes it is possible to heal the breach with Jerusalem, Israel Radio reported on Sunday evening. According to the report, a Turkish television network requested to interview senior Israeli officials as part of the move to improve ties. Foreign Ministry officials reportedly recommended that the officials agree to be interviewed and lauded the request, saying it represented a shift in Ankara's anti-Israeli position.

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