At least 30 people have been killed and 126 injured in two explosions before planned anti-war march in Turkish capital on Saturday, said in a written statement the Internal Affairs Ministry of Turkey.
The leaders of all major political parties in Turkey have strongly condemned the double bombing terrorist attack. An anti-crisis headquarter has been set up under the Turkey’s Health Ministry. This terrorist attack is on agenda for all the country's media. The wounded have already been taken away from the site.
The rally arrangers, HDP (Peoples' Democratic Party) and ESP (Socialist Party of the Oppressed Parties), have already made official statements.
The explosions went off ahead of the march organized by trade unions and social organizations under the slogan "Work, Peace, Democracy" to protest the outbreak of violence caused by Kurdish terrorists in the Southeast Turkey.
Turkish media quoting the police sources reported the explosions to have been organized by suicide bombers near the city's train terminal, when participants were moving to the venue of the main part of the rally.
According to the RIA Novosti-Ukraine, at 12.00 p.m.by Moscow time the Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu called an emergency meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Yalcin Akdogan, government officials and security chiefs.
The situation in Turkey has deteriorated since July 20 when the so-called "Islamic state"organized a terrorist attack on the border with Syria and killed the policemen in the south-eastern provinces. The terrorists of the also so-called “PKK” claimed responsibility for the latter.
In total, over the past two and a half months, more than 130 police, military and civilians fell victims to the Kurdish terrorists. As of July, 24 the Turkish Air Force fighters attacked “PKK” positions in the southeastern provinces of Turkey and northern Iraq.