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The Turkish Foreign Ministry spoke about hypocrisy and double standards after the terrorist attack in Istanbul.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry spoke about hypocrisy and double standards after the terrorist attack in Istanbul.

Turkey saw hypocrisy and double standards after the terrorist attack in Istanbul, the goal was to present the explosion as a warning to tourists, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said.

Last Sunday afternoon, an explosion occurred on the pedestrian Istiklal Street in the center of Istanbul, killing six people and injuring 81.

The suspect in the attack was detained, she confessed to having links with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) banned in Turkey. The head of the Turkish Ministry of Internal Affairs, Suleiman Soylu, announced suspicions that the indication of the terrorist attack came from the Syrian border town of Kobani, and the perpetrator entered Turkish territory through the city of Afrin. Soilu said on Monday that the authorities in his country do not accept condolences from the US Embassy in connection with the attack.


The Turkish Foreign Minister drew attention to the presentation of the terrorist attack in Istanbul in the American newspaper The New York Times.

“We saw hypocrisy, double standards… On the other hand, they say don’t go to tourists, Turkish tourism has been damaged. But the situation, the influx of tourists shows that they have not achieved their goals. measures,” Cavusoglu said.