turkey and iran propose peace conference to halt escalation in israel palestine conflict
Turkey and Iran have proposed a meeting to try to stop the fighting between Israel and Palestine. They are worried that the conflict can get worse and it can involve other countries. The Turkish Foreign Minister, Hakan Fidan, talked with his Iranian counterpart, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, about this idea.
Turkey wants an immediate ceasefire because they believe the violence will continue to grow if there is no permanent solution to the war. They want to avoid the human tragedy in Gaza from turning into a bigger regional war. Iran also shared concerns that other armed groups might get involved if things don’t change. Both countries believe a ceasefire and peace are very important.
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Amir-Abdollahian, the Iranian Foreign Minister, suggested that a peace conference should be held with Muslim and Arab countries as soon as possible. He later met with the Turkish President and shared his thoughts on the need to stop the war in Gaza immediately to prevent it from spreading to other parts of the region.
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Many people have lost their lives in the conflict, according to the health ministry, especially the people of Gaza. Huge amount of children died in attack from Israel. This is why Turkey and Iran are trying to find a way to stop the fighting and from getting it worse.