Israel said on Monday it would investigate a deadly raid on a Gaza aid flotilla and also examine the way blockade on the Gaza Strip.
Israeli soldiers attacked a fleet of boats carrying 700 international activist and 10,000 tons of humanitarian aid heading to Gaza, killing 9 Turkish activists, sparking an outcry wage accross world.
Defence Minister Ehud Barak made the announcement in parliament in response to a no-confidence motion introduced by opposition parties against the raid, and a day after rejecting a proposal by U.N. Secretary-General Ban ki-Moon for an international panel to investigate the takeover.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon called for an immediate investigation into the Israeli raid on international aid flotilla to Gaza and wanted it to be completed as soon as possible.
The foreign ministers of France and Britain said an "international" inquiry was necessary to resolve the dispute over Israel's deadly raid on Gaza aid ships.
Gazans live under heavy Israel siege for a long time and Egypt had insisted on not to opening the only Gaza border crossing until Israeli shooting in Gaza aid flotilla in a move condemned by Muslims around the world in protests, leaving Gazans desperate to digging tunnels underground and risking their lives.
ReutersGüncelleme Tarihi: 08 Haziran 2010, 08:48