Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday his country's maritime blockade on the Hamas-run Gaza Strip would remain in place following a deal with Turkey to normalise relations.
Netanyahu made the comments in Rome, broadcast live in Israel, after Israel and Turkey agreed on a highly anticipated deal to end years of acrimony and restore ties.
Relations soured after a deadly 2010 Israeli raid on an aid flotilla seeking to run the blockade on Gaza.
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