UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The Turkish Foreign Ministry ordered the Israeli Ambassador to leave the country “for a while” in connection with the death of dozens of Palestinian protesters on the border of the Gaza Strip this week, Sky News reported on Tuesday.
Earlier, the agency Anadolu reported that the Turkish Ambassador to Israel had been summoned to Ankara for consultations. On Tuesday, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim urged Muslim countries to jointly reassess relations with Israel.
On the eve in Israel , the opening ceremony of a new US embassy was held, which was moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. On that day, mass protests were held on the border of the Gaza Strip, timed to coincide with the ceremony, as well as the anniversary of the founding of Israel.
During the riots, more than 60 Palestinians were killed, at least 2 thousand were injured.