Israel, Turkey End 6-Year Split, Impelled by Energy BenefitsBy , , and
Talks to sell Israeli gas to Turkey to begin immediately
Israel says deal has ‘immense’ implications for its economy
Turkey and Israel ended years of estrangement, motivated as much by the prospect of energy ties as a desire to repair diplomatic relations that broke down after a deadly clash at sea between Israeli commandos and pro-Palestinian Turkish activists.
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