ISTANBUL: Turkey and Israel agreed on a deal for normalization of bilateral ties and diplomatic relations after six years of deadly Israeli raid on Gaza-bound flotilla that killed 10 Turkish nationals in 2010.
Sources claimed that both sides have agreed to restore diplomatic relations and announcement will be made on June 26 after final talks.
It is claimed that Turkey’s two key conditions- an apology and compensation- will be met for normalization.
As per report, Israel will also allow the completion of hospital in Gaza and construction of new power station and a sea water distillation plant for drinking water after the deal.
Earlier, the diplomatic ties worsened after the blockade by Israel on Gaza in May 2010.
The venue for talks is not confirmed yet but it is claimed that Israeli and Turkish officials will meet in European capital on June 26.