Visiting Turkish President Ahmed Necdet Sezer urged on Wednesday Israelis and the Palestinians to renew talks on solving their decade-long conflict.
"We hope a solution will be found for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the road map in order to establish peace between the two people," Sezer said when addressing Israeli parliament in Jerusalem.
He said that Turkey is willing to give its support in whatever form to help the two sides to reach a peace deal, the report said.
Sezer arrived in Jerusalem on Tuesday for a two-day visit, which is the first of its kind by a Turkish president to Israel since 1999.
Sezer was welcomed by his Israeli counterpart Moshe Katsav Wednesday morning.
As for Iran's nuclear issue, Sezer said in the meeting with Katsav that Turkey, like Europe, was opposed to Iran's development of nuclear capacity and had joined forces with those organizations that were seeking to prevent Iran from advancing its nuclear projects, according to a report carried by the Jerusalem Post.
The Turkish president is also expected to meet Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni later on Wednesday.
On Thursday, Sezer is scheduled to travel to the West Bank city of Ramallah for a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.