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Turkish army says national interests top priority in diplomatic relations

Turkish army says national interests top priority in diplomatic relations
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The Turkish army said on Friday that it is a necessity to act in line with the national interests in mutual diplomatic relations, the state-run Anatolian Agency reported. (UPDATED)

Brig. Gen. Metin Gurak told at the weekly press conference that the national interests should be a priority when asked about the Davos crisis.

 

Gurak also said there is no problem in the deliveries of the Heron unmanned aerial vehicles produced by Israel.

 

"An announcement was made by defense minister regarding the Herons. The required explanation was made. There is no problem with the project," he said when asked, AA reported.

 

Turkey is still using Israeli-made equipment in its fight against the terrorist PKK organization, including the unmanned aerial vehicles called Heron. Trade between the two countries has reached nearly $3 billion with increased investment by both countries’ companies.

 

Turkey’s Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan stormed out of a heated debate on the Gaza war with Israel's President Shimon Peres at the Davos forum on Thursday.  

 

Speaking at a press conference after the incident Erdogan said his reaction targeted the moderator who, he said, did not give him the floor to speak.

 

Gurak also responded a question related with the possibility of sending Peace Forces to Gaza after a permanent ceasefire is brokered, saying, “There are no concrete developments regarding the issue. When the time comes, if the related parties reach a consensus, the issue of the involvement of Turkish soldiers in a international monitoring group could be evaluated.”

 

 

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