Turkey opts out of NATO talks with Israel

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Tunisia, Egypt also reportedly dismissed potential meeting; group intended to discuss security in region has not met since 2008.

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Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt rejected plans to hold a meeting of NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue group, Turkey’s Hurriyet Daily News reported on Saturday. Israel is one of the Dialogue group’s seven member-nations.

The Mediterranean Dialogue group for Foreign Ministers – which also includes Algeria, Jordan, Mauritania and Morocco – has not met since 2008, according to Hurriyet.

A Turkish official told Hurriyet that the meetings had not been held because of political problems between Israel and Arab member-nations.

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5 Replies to “Turkey opts out of NATO talks with Israel”

  1. Yep Arun, Kemalism is dead. We should refer to Recep Tayyip Erdogan as “Grand Vizier” instead of President. Then the only thing left for the Turks to do in order to restore the Caliphate is to restore the Osmanli Dynasty. That family still exists. I hear that some live in the US, with American citizenship, unfortunately.

  2. “Islam, this absurd theology of an immoral Bedouin, is a rotting corpse which poisons our lives.”
    -Kemal Attaturk

    Can you imagine anyone in Turkey saying this now? Or any prominent statesmen in the Western world?

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