Jul 23, 2014, 1:38 AM
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Iranian envoy discusses Gaza events with Saadat Party chairman

Ankara, July 23, IRNA – Iran's Ambassador to Ankara Ali Reza Bigdeli and Chairman of Turkey's Saadat Party Mustafa Kamalak here on Tuesday discussed the latest developments in Gaza Strip.

In the meeting in the headquarters of the party in Ankara, Kamalak underlined necessity of unity in the Islamic world to support Palestine and called for practical moves of the countries in this concern.

He called for establishment of an Islamic peace force and its deployment in Gaza and practical support of the Muslims for the force and also underlined Iran and Turkey's important roles in this concern.

Iran's envoy in Turkey also, by referring to efforts of enemies of the Islamic world to get Muslims involved in minor differences, underlined necessity of Islamic countries awareness against the plots and called for Muslims' unity around religious commonalities and principles.

Bigdeli, by referring to all-out support of Iran for Palestine ideals, said that in spite of dreams of the Zionist regime founders and supporters, the issue of Palestine is attracting world attention.

He also praised Saadat Party good stances in support of resistance and called cooperation between Iran and Turkey in promoting peace and stability in the Islamic world important.