Israel Official Says Turkey Reconciliation Talks ‘Stuck’
Ynet – The Washington Post’s report about Turkey’s disclosure to Iran of an Israeli spy network might have failed to elicit an official Israeli response, but state officials admit that security relations with Ankara are extremely limited and went as far as saying that reconciliation talks surrounding the Marmara raid are “stuck.”
“The Turks are destroying any attempt to reach understandings,” an Israeli official close to the talks said. “They don’t want to resolve this thing. It’s completely stuck and despite President Obama’s efforts, they don’t want to move ahead at this point.” Nevertheless, he stressed that Ankara might decide to resolve the matter if it suited its interests.