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Erdogan also expressed his supports to his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas in a phone conversation on Friday, Turkey’s Directorate of Communications said…reports Asian Lite News

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh. (Xinhua/Wissam Nassar/IANS)

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Islamic Hamas movement chief Ismail Haniyeh in Istanbul to discuss the latest developments in the region, local media reported.

The meeting took place on Saturday behind closed doors and lasted more than one hour, media reported on Sunday.

US President Donald Trump recently revealed the details of his Middle East peace plan, dubbed as the “deal of the century.”

The Turkish Foreign Ministry declared the plan as “stillborn” in a written statement.

“This plan is an annexation plan aiming to destroy the two-state solution and seize Palestinian territories,” the ministry said in the statement.

Erdogan also expressed his supports to his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas in a phone conversation on Friday, Turkey’s Directorate of Communications said.

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