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MOSCOW, October 10. /TASS/. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin offered condolences to Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan following the explosions in Ankara, where civilians died, the Kremlin’s press service said on Saturday.
In the telegram, the Russian president expressed hope organisers of the cynical crime will be punished, and confirmed the readiness for most close cooperation with the Turkey authorities in fighting the terrorist threat. Putin sent words of most sincere sympathy with relatives of the victims and wished soonest recovery to the injured.
In two explosions in Turkey’s capital city of Ankara 30 people died, 126 got injured, the country’s interior ministry said in a report.
"At about 10:04 in the morning on October 10 two explosions occurred by the railway station in Ankara, to where rally participants have come," the ministry said in its report. "According to the information we have, 30 people died and 126 citizens got injured. The injured continue receiving treatment at the city’s hospitals.".