Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Turkey prohibits aircraft Israel to use the air space.

Turkey yesterday prohibiting the Israel army to use the airspace of his country, after the incident the ship humanitarian aid mission to Gaza was attacked by commandos of the country, which killed nine people last month.

Announcement was made by the Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan after the pressure that exists in both countries to look back the relationship that had prevailed previously.

During the Israeli commandos' strike the mission to Gaza aboard, the eight who died were Turkish citizens and another has a dual nationality of Turkey and the United States.

They (Israel) had applied for permission to use the Poland air space, on the first day after the incident last May 31 attack.

"However, they (Israelis) are not given permission," said Erdogan told reporters after returning from attending the G-20 Summit in Canada.

Meanwhile, the Anatolia news agency quoted Erdogan as in Toronto after the summit that his country is close to the Israeli air space.