Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 9 / Trend /
Turkish President Abdullah Gul said that Israel receives support from the U.S and acts in consent with them, "Dogan" agency reported.
Netanyahu said in May this year that Israel will never allow dividing Jerusalem. It will remain the national capital of the Jewish state.
However, Prime Minister stressed that he was ready to make some painful territorial compromises to achieve peace with the Palestinians.
President Gul said that Turkey has done very much for Israel. However, Israel has not appreciated this.
"We expected that Israel will apologize for the deaths of nine Turkish citizens," he said. "However, Israel delayed this every time."
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Sept. 2 that the diplomatic relations between Turkey and Israel passed on the secondary level. Moreover, Ankara has frozen its military cooperation with Tel Aviv.
Davutoglu said Ankara recalled its ambassador to Tel-Aviv. Davutoglu said that the relations between Tel Aviv and Ankara will not be restored till Israel apologizes to Turkey.
Head of Information and Analytical Department of the Israeli Defense Ministry Amos Gilad said despite the deterioration of the Israeli-Turkish relations, the Israeli military attaché to Turkey will not leave.
Relations between Turkey and Israel -- two strategic and military partners -- worsened after Israeli naval attacks on the "Flotilla of Freedom" carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza on May 31.
Nine Turks fell victim to a confrontation between Israeli soldiers and international human rights activists on the Turkish ship. Ankara later demanded that Israel issue an official apology, order an independent international investigation, and pay compensation.