Turkish President Urges Joint International Anti-Terror Fight after Istanbul Attack

Ankara, – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Wednesday for a joint international fight against terrorism after the attack, which was carried out by three suicide bombers on Tuesday inside Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, killing and wounding dozens.

Erdogan said “We expect that a resolute stance against terrorist organizations should be adopted by the world and especially Western countries with their parliament, media and non-governmental organizations, Erdogan said in a statement while stressing that Turkey would continue its fight against terror groups, according to Anadolu Agency (AA).

Turkey will continue its fight against all terrorist organizations at all costs until the end of terrorism, he said. Erdogan also stressed that Turkey has enough power, wisdom and potential to fight terrorism and warned of consequences if all nations fail to join a global effort to defeat it.

All the bad terrorist scenarios, acts — even we fear to bring them into our minds — will come true one by one if all countries do not carry out a joint fight against terrorist organizations, he said.

Source: Qatar News Agency

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