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Omani and Gazan ministers pay visit to IHH
Gazan minister responsible for foundations Dr. Saleh Er-Ragip and Omani minister responsible for foundations Ismael Saleh paid a visit of courtesy to the headquarters of the IHH Humanitarian Relief Fo

Omani minister Saleh was received by Durmuş Aydın, IHH deputy chairman responsible for foreign affairs and IHH executive board members Ahmet Sarıkurt and İsmail Osmani. Gazan minister Er-Ragip who was also in Turkey to attend several meetings, also paid a visit to the IHH and received information about the IHH’s relief activities.

Saleh said he is very pleased with the IHH’s aid activities all over the world, adding that all the doors are open for the IHH in Oman. He also wished further success to the foundation.

For his part, Er-Ragip said the Mavi Marmara ship, which was attacked by Israel on its way to Gaza in 2010, is of crucial importance for Gaza, adding that he wants to pay a visit to the ship which is docked at Haliç Shipyards in İstanbul. He said poems and eulogies are written for the memory of Mavi Marmara in Gaza, adding that the mission undertaken by Mavi Marmara has a lot of importance for the region.

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