Kazakh President Gomert Tokayev expressed his condolences to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan over the victims of two road accidents in Gaziantep and Mardin.
This came in a letter addressed to the Turkish President on Monday.
In his message, Tokayev expressed his deep sadness and compassion for the souls of the victims, wishing a speedy recovery to the injured, and expressing his condolences on his behalf and on behalf of the Kazakh people to the “brotherly Turkish people.”
The number of people who were killed rose to 19 on Saturday, after a truck crashed into a crowd of people in the southeastern Turkish state of Mardin.
The collision occurred while people, ambulances, police and firefighters gathered, following a traffic accident between 3 cars in Drake district.
Also, 16 people were killed and 21 others injured, Saturday, in a terrible traffic accident in the southern Turkish state of Gaziantep.
And that a passenger bus collided with rescue teams that were dealing with a car that had rolled down a slope in the Nezib area on the “Tarsos-Adana-Gaziantep” highway.