(Worthy News)-- On Wednesday, Turkey said it was holding talks with Israel over a deal to reconcile the two former allies following a deadly Israeli commando raid on a Turkish aid vessel bound for Gaza, Ynet News reported.
"It's quite normal for the two countries to talk for the normalization of the ties. How can reconciliation be achieved without holding any meetings?" Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters in Ankara.
Cavusoglu's comments came a day after reports that Israeli and Turkish officials had held secret talks in Rome Monday in a bid to restore relations between the two countries. --
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