US 'lost Middle East mediator role' with embassy move

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The US administration has lost its role as a mediator in the Middle East with its decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday.

Axar.az informs citing AA.

Erdogan’s comments came in his address at the Chatham House -- a London-based think tank -- on the day the U.S. administration said it would move its embassy to Jerusalem.

“We once again reject this decision, which is violating international law and conflicting with the UN decisions,” he said.

"We cannot stop feeling like being in dark days of pre-World War II," Erdogan said on the embassy move.

Turkish president also spoke about many regional and international conflicts and problems in his address.

2018.05.14 / 14:44
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