Turkiye declares 3 days of mourning over Gaza massacre
"Washington and Tel Aviv envoys recalled to Turkiye and 3 days mourning was declared over Gaza massacre,"Government spokesman Bekir Bozdağ said in a statement.
Assessing the massacre carried out in Gaza, where 55 Palestinians were martyred by zionists gunfire on Monday and thousands more injured during anti-occupation rallies along the Gaza Strip's eastern fence, Government spokesman Bekir Bozdağ announced three days of mourning in Turkiye over the Gaza massacre and that the Turkish government recalls Washington and Tel Aviv envoys to the country.
"Due to the attacks in Al-Quds and that those attacks caused a massacre, the Turkish government has declared 3 days of mourning to honor of martyrs with respects and to be in solidarity with the Palestinians. In addition, Turkiye, as the OIC term president, had called for an emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to be held on Friday. Washington and Tel Aviv envoys called back for consultations," Said Bekir Bozdağ, the spokesperson of the Turkish government.
The US embassy building in Jerusalem was officially opened Monday despite the rising reactions of the whole world. Palestinians gathered on the Gaza border in protest against this step of the US. The attack on the border by the zionist terror gang has resulted in 55 Palestinian martyrs, 2 771 injured.