The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will hold an extraordinary summit in the Turkish capital, Istanbul on Friday to discuss "the latest serious developments in the State of Palestine".
Separately, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed on Tuesday that a planned summit this week of the world's main pan-Islamic body would send a "strong message" after Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinians along the Gaza border.
Turkey has called for an emergency meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the Turkish government spokesman Bekir Bozdag said.
While expressing deep condolences and sympathies for the Palestinians, Bangladesh called on the worldwide community to put pressure on Israel to stop the atrocities immediately.
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World supply, meanwhile, rose 1.78 million bpd in April from a year earlier, driven predominantly by non-OPEC production. Steady refining margins and backlog cargoes to some independent refiners contributed to the record import volumes.
Protest actions are underway in the Gaza Strip amid the 70th anniversary of establishment of Israel and the transfer of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Turkish PM telephoned to Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and extended invitation for the extraordinary session of the OIC called on the request of Turkey on May 18 to discuss the massacre of Palestinians by Israeli forces and to devise a joint strategy to exert global pressure on Israel to stop these brutal acts.
"Bangladesh reaffirms its position in favour of establishing the State of Palestine on the basis of two-state solution and on the pre- 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital", said the Foreign Ministry here in a statement. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas announced a three-day mourning.
He further thanked Turkey for its timely initiative and confirmed his participation in the extraordinary session of the OIC Summit being hosted by Turkey.