Turkish official: No date set for Erdogan to visit Gaza

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June 28, 2013 05:34

 
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No date has yet been set for Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan to visit Gaza, Hurriyet Daily News cited an official from the premier's officer say saying on Thursday, though adding that the Turkish leader would visit the Hamas-run enclave at some point. 

The official's statement came in response to earlier reports in Turkish media that Erdogan was due to visit the Strip on July 5 to meet with Hamas leaders and other Palestinian officials.

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