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Minister Flanagan Condemns Ankara Terrorist Attack and Expresses Condolences to Victims

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr Charles Flanagan T.D., has strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Ankara on 10 October and expressed his sympathy to the victims and their loved ones.

Speaking from Belfast where he is co-chairing the ongoing political talks, Minister Flanagan said:

“I strongly condemn the appalling attack that took place at the weekend in Ankara. It was an incident of savage brutality, all the more shocking as it occurred at a public demonstration in support of peace.

"On behalf of the Government of Ireland, I wish to express my heartfelt condolences and those of the Irish people to the families and loved ones of all those who lost their lives, to those who were injured and to the people of Turkey.”

Press Office
12 October 2015