German embassy suspends its work in Ankara
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 17
By Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
The German embassy suspended its work in Ankara due to the threat of new terror attacks in Turkey, Turkish Kanal7 TV channel reported March 17.
Meanwhile, the work of the German consulate was also suspended in Istanbul. Germany urged its citizens to leave Turkey due to the threat of new terror attacks in this country.
Earlier, Germany's Federal Foreign Office urged the country's citizens not to travel to Turkey. Moreover, the Federal Foreign Office recommended the country's citizens, who are currently in Turkey, to avoid crowded places.
The Turkish Hurriyet newspaper said March 17 that 26-year-old Ozgur Unsal, a Turkish citizen, was one of the March 13 suicide bombers.
A car bomb exploded in Ankara on March 13, near a crowded bus stop. The explosion killed as many as 37 people, 125 more got injured.
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