Türkiye on Tuesday strongly condemned Israel's airstrike on a hospital in Gaza which led to the killing of hundreds of people.
"We are deeply indignant that hundreds of Palestinians lost their lives and many more were injured as a result of the targeting of a hospital in Gaza today, and we condemn these barbaric attacks in the strongest terms," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
"We wish mercy to our Palestinian brothers and sisters who lost their lives in the attacks and a speedy recovery to the wounded," the statement said.
"It is inevitable that a mentality that directly targets civilians and hits hospitals and schools will be held accountable before international law and conscience," it added.
Over 500 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday night, Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra told Anadolu.
Footage showed corpses scattered across the hospital grounds.
The airstrike comes on day 11 in the current conflict, with a growing international chorus of non-governmental groups and world leaders saying the Israeli bombing campaign on the besieged Gaza Strip-including healthcare facilities, homes, and houses of worship-violates international law and may constitute a war crime.
Palestinian group Hamas called Israel targeting a hospital an act of "genocide."