Ankara reiterated its demands from Israel after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited in Haifa the militaries, who attacked the humanitarian ship Mavi Marmara, TRT Russian reported. Turkey demands an apology from Netanyahu, who described the bloody operation against the peaceful activists as "professional" and the militaries' actions as "bold".
Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesman Selcuk Unal said all are aware of Turkey's demands from Israel: an apology and compensation for victims and families of those killed in the attack.
Unal also noted that Turkey has submitted its report on the incident to the UN Investigation Commission. Noting that there is no information about submission of such document by Israel, Unal said Israel refuses to cooperate with international human rights organizations.