Netanyahu Condemns Attack On Ankara, Calls For International Unity
“The Prime Minister condemns the mass terror attack which took the lives of innocent civilians and left dozens injured,” read the statement.
“Israel expresses it’s solidarity with the Turkish people in the war against terrorism and calls on the international community to unite in the fight against terror,” concluded the statement.
The apparent suicide car bombing in the Turkish capital of Ankara left at least 34 people dead and 75 injured, a senior security official said.
Gunfire was also heard after the explosion while ambulances rushed to the area officials said. Smoke could be seen rising above the area from a distance 2.5 km away, a Reuters witness said. The blast occurred near the central Guven Park, which adjoins a major transportation hub.ub.