Elsewhere in his remarks, Erdogan criticized the controversial decision made on Tuesday by US President Donald Trump in pulling out of the landmark, multinational and hard-fought nuclear agreement with Iran, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
In late March, the Turkish leader also "strongly" condemned Israeli troops' "inhumane attack" on Palestinian demonstrators on the border of the besieged Gaza Strip, a day after the Israeli military killed 16 unarmed Palestinian protesters. Last week, he told CNN that the US Israeli embassy's move to Jerusalem was a "huge mistake". According to their published statement, "the massacre of the Palestinians" was a response to demonstrations against the U.S. intention to move the Embassy to Jerusalem.
"We are rejecting once again this decision which violates global law and which is against United Nations resolutions", he said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Israel of using unnecessary aggression in Syria and blamed Tel Aviv for pushing the entire region toward full-scale war, Sputnik reported.
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"With its latest step America has chosen to be a part of the problem, not a solution, and lost its mediator role in the Middle East peace process", Erdogan told the Chatham House worldwide affairs think tank.
Like Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, the Moroccan king denounced Washington's "unilateral decision".
"The establishment of an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital is the only way for lasting peace and stability", he said.