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Four months after Israel's Ambassador to Ankara Eitan Na'eh, was expelled from Turkey following the death of 61 Palestinian protesters during "March of Return" riots, the two countries are conducting secret talks in order to normalize relations, Ynet News reported.

According to Israeli and Turkish officials, if there will not be another last-minute crisis, the two countries are expected to return their respective ambassadors after the Jewish holidays.

According to a Yedioth Ahronoth report, Turkey sent an economic attaché to Israel for the first time in years. The attaché is already active in promoting economic relations between the two countries.

According to a Plate Radar report, an Israeli and a Turkish governmental planes took off simultaneously at 9am on Sunday from Ben Gurion International Airport to the United Arab Emirates, making a short, midway stop in Oman.

The planes landed in Abu Dhabi at 2:30pm and took off again this morning.

The purpose of the flights is not yet clear.

 

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