Turkey reacts over the Pakistan Military Plane Crash in Rawalpindi

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Turkey reacts over the Pakistan Military Plane Crash in Rawalpindi

TURKEY - Turkish Foreign Ministry and other political figures like Prime Minister Imran Khan, President Dr Arif Alvi and others today (July 30) expressed sorrow over the death of 18 people, including five military personnel, and 13 civilians in a military aircraft crash in Rawalpindi.

“We received the news with deep sorrow that a Pakistan Military plane crashed in the city of Rawalpindi of Pakistan,” a Turkish Foreign Ministry statement said on Monday.

The statement offered condolences to Pakistan’s government as well as to bereaved people. “We wish Allah’s mercy upon those who lost their lives in this tragic accident, convey our condolences to the friendly government and the brotherly people of Pakistan,” the statement added.