The presidents of Iran and Turkey stressed the need for international condemnation of the crimes committed against the Palestinians, Tasnim reported.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a phone talk with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan noted that Iran and Turkey must join forces and use the capabilities of international organizations such as the UN and OIC to oppose Israel's actions against Palestine.

He highlighted the need for closer cooperation between Tehran and Ankara in resolving regional crises, including in Syria and Yemen.

For his part, the Turkish President noted that he was outraged and worried about the actions of the Israeli side and the recent attacks on Palestine.

Erdogan added that the international community must show a decisive and deterrent response to Israel's audacious attacks, saying that the Muslim world also needs to take joint action in this regard.

The Turkish leader also pointed to an emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which took place today via videoconference, expressing the hope that an appropriate decision will be made to put an end to Israel's ruthless crimes and massacres of people.