President of the Republic of Türkiye, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said that the Turkic world, acting in unity and solidarity, will facilitate the path to first a ceasefire and then to permanent peace.
Speaking at the 10th Summit of the Council of Heads of State of the Organisation of Turkic States held in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, Erdoğan said: "There is no term that can justify what we have witnessed since October 7, and that can describe this atrocity. In Gaza, crimes against humanity have been committed for the past 28 days, to put it simply and frankly."
Recalling that they have already dispatched ten aircraft carrying humanitarian aid to the region so far, Erdoğan emphasised that they will continue to send more aid as long as the situation on the ground allows.
Erdoğan said, ''Our efforts to lay the groundwork for the International Peace Conference continue."
President of Türkiye stated that their efforts are ongoing to ensure the peace, prosperity, and security of the entire Turkic world as the Republic of Türkiye celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Erdoğan noted, ''We are also developing new mechanisms that will ensure security for everyone, whether they are Muslims, Christians, or Jews."