Israeli spouses freed from Turkey are in Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV, 18 NOV – Turkey has released two Israeli spouses, Mordechai and Natalie Okhnin, who were arrested eight days ago for photographing President Erdogan’s palace in Istanbul and were later suspected of spying. The two returned to Tel Aviv this morning on a private flight organized by the Israeli foreign ministry. Messages of thanks to President Erdogan and the Turkish government were immediately published by the head of state Isaac Herzog, by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and by the foreign minister Yair Lapid. (HANDLE).

Source link

Leave a Comment