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The U.N. Is Investigating Allegations That a Turkish Company Sold Israeli Electronics to Iran, Report Says

The U.N. Is Investigating Allegations That a Turkish Company Sold Israeli Electronics to Iran, Report Says

The U.N. is investigating an allegation that Turkey has transported Israeli-made electronic components to Iran, Israel’s Ynet News reported on Thursday.

According to the report, the investigation was launched after a shipment of electronic capacitors manufactured by Jerusalem-based company Celem Power Capacitors Ltd. was intercepted in the United Arab Emirates in July 2017 while en route from Turkey to Iran.

Iranian President Rouhani, Turkish President Erdo?an, and Russian President Putin.

Ynet News’ report cited a spokesperson for Celem Power Capacitors as saying the company sold capacitors to a Turkish company, denying any knowledge that they were intended for an Iranian client.

In a speech in London that day, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an criticized Israel’s actions in Gaza, calling Israel a "terror state" and saying it is carrying out a genocide.

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