Report: Israeli, Turkey disagree over apology wording

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 9, 2010 16:17

Israeli and Turkish representatives in mediation talks between the two countries have reportedly disagreed on an apology statement.

AFP reported, however, that the "parties wish to start a clean state." Sources quoted in the report said that while Turkey was looking for apologetic wording, Israel is willing only to "express regret" over the May 31 flotilla raid which resulted in the death of nine Turks.


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