Turkey reiterates willingness to resume Israel-Syria mediation

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June 18, 2009 23:09

 
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Turkey reiterated Thursday it was willing to resume mediating peace talks between Israel and Syria that were frozen during the IDF's Operation Cast Lead in Gaza late last year. "When the two parties are ready we can start and Turkey is ready to contribute to this process, which is very important for regional stability," Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davatoglu told reporters at the United Nations.

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