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Turkey says it has told Israel what it should do to mend the two countries' relationship after Israeli commandos stormed Gaza-bound aid ships a month ago. Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has confirmed he met with Israeli Trade and Industry Minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer.
He reiterated that Ankara's demands for Israel to make amends remains the same. The talks were the first face-to-face meeting between senior officials since the flotilla incident. Once Israel's closest Muslim ally, Turkey wants Israel to apologize, pay compensation, agree to a UN inquiry and lift the blockade of Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip.