President Erdoğan’s Statement on The Terrorist Attack in Paris
President Erdoğan, who issued a statement on the terrorist attack in Paris, said: “We strongly condemn the heinous terrorist attack on the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Magazine in Paris today that has killed 12 and injured 20 people. We extend our condolences to our friend and ally France and expect the perpetrators to be brought to justice as soon as possible.”
“We strongly condemn the heinous terrorist attack on the “Charlie Hebdo” Magazine in Paris today that has killed 12 and injured 20 people.
We extend our condolences to our friend and ally France and expect the perpetrators to be brought to justice as soon as possible.
On this occasion, we would like to stress that terrorism has no religion or nationality and no excuse can be given for it.
It is of crucial importance that we have a common stance against terrorist attacks such as the one in Paris today. We have to take a firm stance against hate speech, intolerance to differences and attempts to present religious and cultural differences as ground for enmity.
Turkey has fought and will continue to fight against all forms of terrorism with determination.
We express our heart-felt condolences for the innocent people killed today and wish a quick recovery for the injured. We also wish patience and steadfastness for the relatives of the deceased and the injured and for the people of France.”
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