S. Korea condemns Ankara's attack

SEOUL, March 14 (Yonhap) — South Korea on Monday condemned a bombing attack that took place in Turkey and left dozens dead or wounded, Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
South Korea expressed “shock and concern” at the latest attack and offered its condolences to the victims’ families and the Turkish people, the Ministry’s statement pointed out.
“Our government … strongly condemns this terrorist act,” it said. “Our government, under the firm and consistent view that terrorism cannot be justified for any reason, supports the Turkish government’s efforts to eradicate terrorism and will continue to join the international community’s efforts to fight terrorism,” it added.
On Sunday, a suicide car bomb struck a square in central Ankara, killing 37 people and injuring 125 others, according to officials.
It was the second attack on the Turkish capital in less than a month. (end) anj.nfm