Turkish FM: Ankara not to leave Holy Quds alone
Ankara, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Ankara will never leave Holy Quds alone.
Cavusoglu made the remarks in an Iftar ceremony held in Washington on Monday.
It is time to release a new resolution on Holy Quds in the United Nations General Assembly.
Turkey will continue supporting Muslim nations, he added.
He also criticized differences among Muslim countries, saying unfortunately leaders of Muslim countries are not active enough as regards Holy Quds issue.
Some 58 Palestinians were killed and thousands of others were injured by the Zionist troops on Monday while protesting against the US relocation of embassy from Tel Aviv to Holy Quds.
On December 6, 2017, the US President Donald Trump decided to relocate the US diplomatic mission from Tel Aviv to Holy Quds and to recognize Quds as the capital city of the Zionist regime of Israel.
Iranian Foreign Ministry in a statement slammed the US President Donald Trump decision to recognize Holy Quds as the Zionist regime capital, saying Quds is the integral part of Palestine.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA