Three Turkish citizens who were wounded in the Israeli attack on Gaza-bound aid flotilla were brought to Turkey on Friday.
An ambulance plane carrying the three Turkish citizens wounded in Israeli attack on aid convoy landed at Ankara's Etimesgut Airport.
A general surgeon, a brain surgeon, two paramedic and two anaesthesia experts accompanied the injured during the flight from Israel to Turkey.
There are still two injured Turkish citizens in Israel. A plane is waiting in Israel to bring back them to Turkey.
On May 31, an Israeli raid on the convoy of ships with more than 600 people on board killed 9 people and injured nearly 30 others. Eight of the nine injured were Turkish citizens, and the other was U.S. citizen of Turkish descent.
On June 2, two military ambulance planes brought 19 injured activists back to Turkey.
Three Turkish Airlines (THY) planes, carrying activists who were detained after a recent Israeli raid against Gaza-bound aid ships, landed in Istanbul early on June 3.
The planes, carrying 466 activists as well as bodies of nine people that were killed in the attack, landed at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport at short intervals on June 3.