Turkish President Abdullah Gul received an invitation of his Israeli colleague Shimon Peres to visit Israel in the nearest time, Jerusalem Post newspaper said.
The presidents of Turkey and Israel held talks on restoration old friendly and stable relations during a meeting of the summit on climate, held in Copenhagen.
This meeting was the first for the last six months, after the Turkish-Israeli relations aggravated.
Earlier, during the visit of Israeli Minister of Trade and Industry to Ankara, President Gul said that he will visit Israel after Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu visits this country.
During a meeting in Copenhagen, President Peres told Turkish counterpart on the desire of Israel to achieve peace with its neighbors, and that Israel does not want to see sufferings of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
"The Gaza strip could be a very promising region [under the leadership of President Mahmoud Abbas], but unfortunately, the Hamas liquidated leaders of Fatah in the Gaza. Now they are torturing the Palestinian people," Peres said.
He said that if Hamas recognizes Israel and refuses from the terror, the situation in the Gaza will be changed, the newspaper reported.
Turkey and Israel, despite the crisis in relations over the past few months, because of the Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip last winter, told about intentions to restore the strategic cooperation in the region.
After the visit of Israeli Minister of Trade and Industry Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak will visit Ankara in January 2010.
Announcement about the visit of Ehud Barak to Turkey was made two months after Ankara refused from NATO military maneuvers with participation of Israeli Air Force. Moreover, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that if Israel uses Turkish airspace for an attack on Iran, the reaction of Ankara will be like "earthquake".
Israeli Defense Minister Barak, who visited Ankara in June 2008, stated about the need to maintain the strategic partnership of Turkey and Israel.