Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday that Israeli government showed once again clearly that it did not want peace, Anadolu Agency reported.
Prior to his departure from
Chile for Turkey, Erdogan told reporters that Israel staged an attack on ships carrying humanitarian aid in international waters by violating the international law.
Erdogan said ships were carrying only humanitarian aid materials including medicine, bread, rise, pasta, tolls, construction materials and they were controlled under the international rules.
Turkey called on
UN Security Council to hold an emergency session in regard to Israel's raid and the country would also call on NATO to convene, he said.
"This action, totally contrary to the principles of international law, is inhumane state terrorism. Nobody should think we will keep quiet in the face of this," he said.