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Erdoğan, King Felipe VI of Spain discuss Gaza, bilateral ties

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met with King Felipe VI of Spain at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid on Wednesday, discussing bilateral ties and global developments, including the ongoing crisis in the Gaza Strip.

The meeting covered "Türkiye and Spain's relations, Israel's massacres in Gaza, and regional and global developments," according to a statement on X.

Erdoğan heads to Madrid for talks with Spanish leaders

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan departed for Madrid on June 12 for a two-day visit to engage with Spain's King Felipe VI and Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez

On the first day of his visit, Erdoğan will meet with King Felipe VI. The following day, he will hold discussions with Sanchez, with a primary focus on the recent escalation of violence in Gaza.

Erdoğan vows to hold Israel accountable for Gaza actions

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has declared that Türkiye will use all available means to hold Israel accountable for its actions in Gaza.

"We will use all our means to hold those who claimed the lives of 35,000 of our brothers accountable before the law," Erdoğan said during an event in the capital Ankara on May 6.

Türkiye halts all trade with Israel over military actions in Gaza

Türkiye has stopped all trade activity with Israel over violence against Palestinians in Gaza, the Trade Ministry said on May 2.

"Exports and imports to and from Israel have been suspended," the trade ministry said in a statement, adding: "Türkiye will apply these new measures... until the Israeli government authorizes an uninterrupted flow of humanitarian aid to Gaza."

Top UN court throws out Nicaragua's Gaza 'genocide' request

The U.N.'s top court Tuesday threw out Nicaragua's request for emergency measures against German military supplies to Israel, saying "circumstances were not such" to accuse Germany of violating a genocide convention.

International Court of Justice presiding judge Nawaf Salam said the circumstances presented to the court did not warrant "provisional measures".