Israeli regime appoints new ambassador to Turkey

TEHRAN, Oct. 02 (MNA) – The Zionist Israeli regime on Sunday approved the appointment of Irit Lillian as regime's new ambassador to Turkey.

In a statement on Twitter, the Israeli regime's Prime Minister Yair Lapid said the move is "another important step in repairing relations with Turkey...", Anadolu Agency reported.

On September 19, the Israeli Foreign Ministry's appointment committee approved Lillian’s appointment as Israel's ambassador to Ankara, marking the first appointment since 2018.

In August, Turkey and the Israeli regime agreed to restore full diplomatic ties and reappoint ambassadors and consuls general after a four-year hiatus.


News Code 192019


Your Comment

You are replying to: .
  • captcha