A Turkish legal delegation, comprised of lawyers from the International Lawyers' Association, has travelled to Gaza in order to collect evidence on Israeli crimes in Gaza.
The delegation of 10 lawyers, including 7 Turks, 2 Egyptians and 1 Saudi Arabian, will hold talks and make observations in Gaza for two days.
Secretary General of the International Lawyers' Association, Necati Ceylan, is the head of the delegation.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), the Dean of the Law Faculty at the Yeni Yuzyil University and a member of the AA Executive Board, Prof. Dr. Refik Korkusuz said Monday that the legal delegation arrived in Gaza to document Israel's crimes and violations.
"If sufficient and convincing evidence is found, we will begin legal procedures against those who have committed the crimes.
We will prepare a detailed report on Gaza and submit it to relevant Turkish officials," Korkusuz said.