Germany, Canada, Pakistan and Spain condemn Syria attack on Turkey

Germany, Canada, Pakistan and Spain on Thursday strongly condemned the Syrian attack on Turkey's south-eastern town of Akcakale, killing 5 Turkish citizens and injuring 9 others when artillery shells fell on the town.

Germany, Canada, Pakistan and Spain condemn Syria attack on Turkey

World Bulletin / News Desk

Germany, Canada, Pakistan and Spain on Thursday strongly condemned the Syrian attack on Turkey's south-eastern town of Akcakale, killing 5 Turkish citizens and injuring 9 others when artillery shells fell on the town.

In a statement released by German Ministry of Foreign Relations, it was said that German FM Guido Westerwelle passed condolences to Turkish FM Ahmet Davutoglu on the phone and expressed his concerns on the issue.

Canadian FM John Baird said that they were standing by Turkey in a press conference held at the Federal Parliament on Syrian attack. Saying that they were supporting NATO's statements, Baird said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad started attacking neighbour countries after having killed thousands of his own citizens.

Pakistani FM Hina Rabbani Khar called Turkish FM and said that they were in deep sorrow regarding the attack.

Spain Ministry of Foreign Relations released a written statement saying that they strongly condemn the attack and expressed concerns on the continuation of the crisis in Syria, a threat to the international peace.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 04 Ekim 2012, 12:21
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