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    Erdogan Emphasizes Ceasefire Need in Cairo Meeting

    Turkey’s President Renews Call for Ceasefire in Gaza During Visit to Cairo

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan renewed his call for a ceasefire saying, “the human tragedy in Gaza and in the occupied Palestinian territories was top on the agenda” in his meeting with Egypt’s Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on Wednesday.

    “Ignoring the reactions, the Netanyahu government recklessly is continuing its policy of occupation, destruction and massacre. Our priority is to establish a ceasefire as soon as possible and to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza without any obstacles,” Erdogan said during a news conference in Cairo after the meeting.

    Erdogan warned against attempts to drive Palestinians from Gaza.

    “Attempts to exile the people of Gaza from their lands are null and void,” he said.

    Turkey’s president thanked Cairo for their support in helping Turkey deliver more than 34,000 tons of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

    “We will continue to cooperate and stand in solidarity with our Egyptian brothers to put an end to the bloodshed in Gaza,” he said.

    For further insights into global developments and diplomatic efforts, click on “World” to delve deeper into the latest updates on international affairs, including Turkey’s call for a ceasefire in Gaza during President Erdogan’s visit to Cairo. Stay informed about the ongoing efforts to address humanitarian crises and promote peace worldwide.

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