Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Saturday that his country opposes any military strike on Iran, AFP reported, citing the Anatolia news agency.

“We do not think it is right even to talk of possible military intervention in the region…We are against such intervention and believe it would create more instability,” Davutoglu was quoted as saying in the AFP report.

In reference to Israel, Davutoglu said that it "is unacceptable that countries suspected of having nuclear weapons cause new tensions in our region.”

Davutoglu called for nuclear weapons to be eliminated in all countries of the Middle East.

The U.S. and Israel have not ruled out conducting military action against Iran's nuclear facilities.

Tensions over Iran's nuclear program increased this week following the release of an IAEA report which found that Iran has been working to build a nuclear weapon since 2003.