The Syrian Coalition condemned the criminal terrorist bombing that targeted the Turkish capital of Ankara on Sunday.
In a statement released today, the Coalition extended the deepest condolences to the victims of the attack and wished those injured a speedy recovery. “The Syrian people stand in solidarity with the Turkish people and the Turkish government in countering all forms of terrorism.”
The Coalition added that “the Syrian people have long suffered and are still suffering from the Assad regime’s state terrorism and that of extremist groups associated with countries and organizations in the region. The Syrian people understand the viciousness of targeting civilians and the shedding of their blood with the aim of spreading chaos and destruction.”
The Syrian Coalition renewed confidence in Turkey’s ability to face terrorism in all its forms.
Turkish Health Minister Mehmet Muezzinoglu today said that 37 were killed in the bombing in Ankara and 125 injured. He reaffirmed the need for unity and said that terrorists will not be able to destabilize the Turkish state, vowing that Turkey will defeat terrorism with the Turkish people standing behind it.