Anastasiades and Foreign Ministry condemn Ankara attacks
President Nicos Anastasiades expressed his condolences to the Turkish people via Twitter for the bombings in Ankara on Saturday that killed 95 people.
“I am shocked by today’s terrorist attack in #Ankara. I express my condolences & sympathy to the Turkish people & the families of the victims”, President Anastasiades posted in his personal account on Twitter.
I am shocked by today's terrorist attack in #Ankara. I express my condolences & sympathy to the turkish people & the families of the victims— Nicos Anastasiades (@AnastasiadesCY) October 10, 2015
Foreign Affairs Ministry condemns Turkey attacks
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned the deadly terrorist attack in Ankara and expressed concern over the proliferation of terrorism.
In a press release, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “unequivocally condemns the deadly terrorist attack that took place yesterday morning in the centre of the Turkish capital, Ankara”, and expresses “our sincere condolences to the government of Turkey and to the families of the victims”.
“The Republic of Cyprus reiterates its serious concern over the proliferation of terrorism that threatens peace and stability across our region, as well as its determination to pursue all efforts aiming at combating the scourge of terrorism, in all forms and manifestations,” it says.