Turkey demands accountability for the attackers of its consulate

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The Turkish Foreign Ministry called on Germany to bring the attackers of its consulate building in Hanover to justice as soon as possible.

This came in a statement by the ministry on Wednesday, which confirmed that supporters of the terrorist PKK carried out an attack on the night of March 26, targeting the entrance to the consulate in Hanover, without resulting in any deaths or injuries.

The statement stressed that the Turkish side contacted German officials following the attack and assured them that “the German authorities are responsible for the safety of citizens and Turkish diplomatic missions.”

It added: “It was emphasized that activities aimed at provoking the Turkish community in Europe should not be allowed.”

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The statement noted that “the activities of the terrorist PKK to destabilize Turkish society in Europe are increasing.”

It stressed that “the self-control of Turkish citizens prevented these provocations from turning into larger events.”

It added: “We expect the countries concerned not to allow the activities of supporters of the terrorist organization and to bring the attackers to justice as soon as possible.”

Last night, supporters of the terrorist PKK carried out an attack on the Turkish Consulate building in Hanover, Germany, using solid objects to break its windows before fleeing after breaking the glass of the main entrance to the Consulate.