President Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey stated that his country will work towards rebuilding damaged infrastructure, hospitals, and schools in Gaza if a ceasefire is achieved there, as reported by Turkish media on Saturday. Erdogan made this statement while returning from a trip to Berlin, where he had discussions with German leaders. He emphasized that Turkey will make every effort to reconstruct the infrastructure in Gaza, including the damaged schools, hospitals, water and energy facilities.
In addition to this, Erdogan also addressed the issue of Israel’s nuclear weapons, calling for inspections to be carried out. He mentioned that Turkey will continue to pursue this matter, emphasizing the importance of inspecting Israel’s nuclear weapons. Erdogan also mentioned that the families of Israelis held hostage by Hamas have reached out to him, requesting his intervention to secure their release. He assured that Turkey’s intelligence agency is looking into the issue.
The Turkish President’s statements come in the midst of the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas. His remarks reflect Turkey’s commitment to providing assistance and support to the people of Gaza, as well as addressing broader geopolitical concerns.