Turkish PM Condemns Brussels Attack
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has condemned the terrorist attack which killed at least two dozen civilians in Brussels on March 22 and expressed solidarity with the people of Belgium on behalf of all Turkish people.
“I curse the attack in Brussels, which has once again shown the global face of terror. I offer my condolences to the government and the people of Belgium and I want to express solidarity on behalf of our people,” Davutoğlu said at a weekly parliamentary address to his party lawmakers on March 22.
“I invite all of humanity to stand united against global terror and any sort of terrorism,” he added.