Turkey Discusses Efforts to Resolve Gaza Crises

Head of the Global Popular Committee in Solidarity with Gaza, Isam Yousef. (Photo: via MEMO)

Head of the Global Popular Committee in Solidarity with the Gaza Strip, Isam Yousef, met with Turkish diplomats in Istanbul, Turkey, to discuss Turkish efforts to resolve the Gaza crises, PalSawa.com reported.

Yousef met with the Deputy Chairman of Turkish Justice and Development Party, Yasin Aktay.

The men discussed the recent Turkish-Israeli deal and prospects of facilitating the needs of the nearly two million Palestinians living in Gaza.

Yousef proposed several projects that Turkey could carry out in Gaza, including establishing economic facilities to assist the large number of unemployed Palestinians, in addition to installing a solar panel system to generate electricity to counter the energy crisis.

According to PalSawa.com, the proposals also included support for universities, hospitals, training specialists and activating commercial exchanges.

Yousef stressed on the importance of the continuous calls of international and local NGOs to prosecute Israeli war criminals at the ICC.


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