Erdogan called Putin 15:11

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan expressed his condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin for the terrorist attack in Dagestan. This was reported by RIA News Referring to the Turkish leader’s office

According to the press service, “During the meeting, President Erdogan stated that Turkey is against all forms of terrorism, condemned terrorist attacks with hatred, expressed his condolences to the Russian people who lost their lives, and wished a speedy recovery to the injured.”

During the meeting, Erdogan also said that Ankara is determined to resolve and end all conflicts in the region.

Before that, he was in the security forces of Dagestan. Established Identity of one of the terrorists.

Several people in Derbent, Dagestan on June 23 was attacked Fire was opened with machine guns at the Church of the Intercession of Our Lady on Lenin Street and the Kele-Numaz Synagogue on Tagi-Zade Street. At the same time, militants opened fire in Makhachkala. A traffic police station on Ermoshkin Street and a nearby synagogue were caught in fire. Clashes also broke out near the Holy Assumption Cathedral on Ordzhonikidze Street. Police killed five of the attackers.

Previously law enforcement officers in Dagestan started Efforts will be made to identify people linked to militants.

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Source: Gazeta

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