Minister for Foreign Affairs signs book of condolences after latest attack in Turkey

Minister for Foreign Affairs George W. Vella signed the book of condolences for the victims of the latest terrorist attack in Turkey at the embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Floriana. Minister Vella was received at the embassy by the Ambassador of Turkey Reha Keskintepe.

The Minister conveyed sympathy and support for the Turkish Government and its people. He extended heartfelt condolences to the relatives of the victims and augured a speedy recovery to those injured.

Minister Vella also underlined Malta’s outright condemnation of all acts of terror irrespective of who the perpetrators are.

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