Erdogan said that the United Nations Security Council should intervene quickly to convey a clear message to Israel.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, amid tensions and conflicts in Gaza between Israel and Palestine. He said that the international community should teach it a hard and different lesson against Israel’s attitude towards the Palestinians.
According to the Turkish President’s Directorate of Communications, the leaders of the two countries discussed tensions over the disputed territory of Jerusalem over the telephone on Wednesday.
According to the statement, Erdogan said that the international community should teach Israel a strong and different lesson and said that the UN Security Council should intervene immediately so that Israel gets a clear message. The statement said Erdogan suggested to Putin that an international security force be considered to protect the Palestinians.
Meanwhile, thousands of people in Istanbul protested against the Israeli attack by violating the nationwide Corona Virus curfew on Tuesday evening. A large number of car convoys walked towards the Israeli embassy waving Turkish and Palestinian flags.