British PM offers condolences to Turkish peer over Ankara blast

LONDON, March 14 (KUNA) — British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke with Prime Minister Davutoglu of Turkey on Monday to offer his condolences following the deadly bombing in Ankara.
Cameron expressed his sincere condolences on the tragic loss of life in the terrible bombing, according to a Downing Street spokesperson.
He offered Turkey support, including sharing any information on the incident. Prime Minister Davutoglu welcomed this and said that the Turkish government had already been in touch with our embassy.
They also briefly discussed last week’s EU-Turkey summit in Brussels, and agreed that the principles set out then provided a good basis for an agreement at the European Council later this week which, if implemented, could break the business model of the people smugglers and dissuade migrants from making the dangerous journey across the Aegean. (end)