World leaders have proven solidarity with Turkiye and denounced a foiled terror assault in Ankara on Sunday morning that left two cops barely injured.
At 9:30 a.m. native time (06:30 GMT), one of many two terrorists detonated himself in entrance of the Basic Directorate of Safety within the metropolis.
NATO Secretary Basic Jens Stoltenberg expressed his condemnation, saying: “NATO stands in solidarity with #Türkiye within the battle towards terrorism.”
The French Overseas Ministry additionally condemned the assault and expressed solidarity.
The German Overseas Ministry expressed its solidarity and mentioned: “Horrible information from #Ankara, which was hit by a terrorist assault immediately. We specific our solidarity with the folks of Türkiye and need the injured a speedy restoration.”
Austria condemned the “heinous assault” and wished the injured cops a speedy restoration.
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The Romanian Ministry of Overseas Affairs “strongly condemns” the assault, expresses its full solidarity with #Türkiye and needs the injured a speedy restoration.
Greece issued an announcement strongly condemning the terrorist assault and expressing solidarity with Turkiye.
Sweden strongly condemned the assault, promised long-term cooperation with Turkiye within the battle towards terrorism and wished the wounded a speedy restoration.
European Council President Charles Michel expressed his shock on the assault and his solidarity with Turkiye.
The EU condemned the assault, expressed solidarity with Turkiye and wished the wounded a speedy restoration, as said by EU overseas coverage chief Josep Borrell.
Italy condemned all types of terrorism and stood in full solidarity with Turkiye, Italian Overseas Minister Antonio Tajani mentioned.
British Ambassador to Türkiye Jill Morris condemned the assault and expressed assist for Türkiye.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama condemned the fear assault and pressured the necessity to assist Turkiye in its battle towards terrorism.
President Ersin Tatar of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and Prime Minister Unal Ustel each issued statements condemning the terrorist assault.
Egypt condemned the assault and expressed solidarity with the Turkish folks and authorities.
Pakistan condemned the “heinous” assault and stood firmly behind Turkiye in his battle towards terrorism, the nation’s embassy in Ankara mentioned.
The US Embassy in Ankara prolonged its condolences to the injured and expressed solidarity with Turkiye towards terrorism.
The Jordanian Ministry of Overseas Affairs condemned all types of violence and terrorism.
The Saudi Overseas Ministry rejected violence, terrorism and extremism and pledged assist to Turkiye in its efforts to eradicate terrorist parts.
The Palestinian Overseas Ministry condemned the assault and expressed assist for Turkiye.
Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah reiterated his assist for Turkiye’s efforts to fight terrorism and preserve its safety and stability.
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