Lapid hosts Cavusoglu, first Turkish FM to visit Israel in 15 years, as the two sides try to mend strained ties.
Israel’s foreign minister Yair Lapid has said that his country is opening a “new chapter” in relations with Ankara, after meeting with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in Jerusalem.
“The goal is to form and expand economic and civil cooperation between our countries to create business to business and people to people and to leverage our two countries, comparative advantages regionally and globally, even during the pandemic, and even in times of political tension,” Lapid said at a press conference alongside Mevlut Cavusoglu, after a meeting between the two on Wednesday.
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