Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed the recent terrorist acts in the country during a meeting of the Union of NGOs of The Islamic World (İDSB), reported news agency AA.
Erdogan stressed that all acts of terrorism in various Turkish provinces over the past week have been carried out by terrorist organizations that are in cahoots:
I think the recent terrorist events are the terrorists’ revenge upon the "heroic epic" of the Turkish people, who organized a 20 days’ "democracy watch". The recent attacks have shown there is no difference between FETÖ, Kurdish terrorists and ISIL, they serve the same purpose.
Since the events of July, 15 182 terrorists have been liquidated in Turkey. This fact demonstrates that the Turkish fight against Kurdish terrorists, who are actively cooperating with FETÖ has not stopped for a moment and will never stop, according to the Turkish Guarantor.
Yesterday, the Turkish city of Elazig was struck by a powerful explosion near the police department. The blast killed 3 persons, while 217 received injuries of varying severity.
In addition, the Kurdish terrorists attacked three Turkish cities in the provinces of Mardin, Diyarbakir and Sirnak.
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