Deputy Premier visits Turkish Embassy and offers his condolences

Abid Sharifov leaves a note in the book of condolences opened at Turkish Embassy

Baku. 30 June. REPORT.AZ/ Deputy Azerbaijani Prime Minister Abid Sharifov has visited Turkish Embassy and expressed his condolences to the ambassador İsmail Alper Coşkun.

Report informs, Abid Sharifov has visited Turkish Embassy to Azerbaijan to leave notes on the book of condolences, opened regarding terror attacks at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on June 28 causing numerous casualties.

In addition, Deputy Minister of Azerbaijani FM Khalaf Khalafov also visited the embassy to share sorrow of the Turkish people and government and express solidarity in fight against terrorism.

Notably, Baku residents second day continue to bring flowers to the Embassy of Turkey in the capital to sign a condolence in connection with the attack at the Atatürk airport in Istanbul. In the facade of the embassy piled bouquets of flowers that brought by citizens of Baku city, who did not leave indifferent the attack occurred in Istanbul.

On June 28, three terrorists committed terrorist acts in Istanbul Atatürk Airport. 42 people killed and 238 injured as a result of triple explosions. Turkey has declared a day of mourning due to the terrorist attacks. National flag lowered to half-staff across the country and at official representative offices of Turkey abroad. World leaders have expressed condolences to Turkey regarding the incident and stated that they were against terrorism.  

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