Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his Turkish counterpart, Recip Tayipp Erdogan, met in London on Tuesday for an hour and a half to discuss the relations between Israel and Turkey, Army Radio reported.
The two leaders also spoke about Iran's nuclear activities and an IAF airstrike in Syria that took place at the beginning of September.
Olmert labeled the meeting "important" and estimated that Turkey was likely to participate in the US-sponsored Middle East peace conference scheduled to take place later this year in Annapolis.
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