Turkey strongly condemns attacks in Ahmadabad, Bangalore
Turkey has strongly condemned the terror attacks in Indian cities of Bangalore and Ahmadabad on July 25th and 26th, reported Worldbulletin
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its profound sorrow and concerns over killing of scores of people in the serial blasts.
"Turkish people commiserate with Indian people who lost their beloved ones in terror attacks targeting India's stability," it said.
The ministry added, "Turkey advocates on all international, regional and bilateral events that terrorism is a crime against humanity regardless of its source and reason. On this occasion, we reiterate once again that an influential international cooperation is of vital importance in fight against terrorism."
The ministry also offered Turkish people's condolences to those who lost their beloved ones in the attacks.
Forty-five people were killed and nearly 200 others were injured when at least 16 bombs went off Saturday evening in several crowded neighborhoods of Ahmadabad. The attack came a day after seven smaller blasts killed two people in the southern technology hub of Bangalore.