Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has set foot in Northern Cyprus, today the 20th of July 20,2015 to attend the alleged 41st anniversary of Peace and Freedom Day ceremonies and events, in other words The Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
In an official ceremony followed by a press conference organized jointly with Mustafa Akinci at Ercan Airport, Erdogan spoke about the attack of a suicide bomber earlier today in the town of Sanliurfa Suruc, “This brutality perpetrators, I condemn on behalf of my nation, my party, I condemn,” he said.
Erdogan condemned those who carried out the attack, gave condolences to the families of the victims and those injured wishing healing, “Today at the Şanlıurfa Suruç at 13:00 well, unfortunately, the result of a terrorist act, 28 citizens of ours were killed and a significant number wounded, besides we have been drowned in sorrow. He cursed personally this atrocity and the people behind it on behalf of the turkish nation, “I condemn” he said.
“Once we got on the plane, we have received this notice. Our minister friends head to Sanliurfa, and the Prime Minister is following the news from Ankara. We also will continue to follow, “he said.
‘Terrorist WHERE may come to be damned’.
Terrorist come, where they come from, Erdogan condemned and said: “wherever the terror came from it is to be cursed. We always say. Terrorism has no religion, no race, folks have no nationality, no homeland.
Therefore, as we always say it should be condemned internationally…
Against which we should struggle all over the world. I take this opportunity to once again condemn those 28 killed in the terrorist attack and give condolences to the families of our citizens, and to our nation, and I wish a speedy recovery to those injured.
And Thanks to the Ministry of Health who is doing its best to help the victims.
Of course, we wouldn’t be here today if not for our common history. “