The Saudi Foreign Ministry expressed on Sunday the Kingdom’s strong condemnation of the terrorist attack that struck the Turkish capital, Ankara.
It also condemned the second failed attack that was thwarted by security forces.
A suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in Ankara on Sunday, while a second assailant was killed in a shootout with police, the interior minister said.
The attack occurred hours before Parliament was set to reopen after its three-month summer recess with an address by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Two police officers were slightly injured during the attack near an entrance to the Ministry of Interior Affairs.
The Saudi Foreign Ministry underscored the Kingdom’s rejection of all forms of violence, terrorism and extremism.
It reiterated its support to all efforts aimed at eliminating terrorism and extremism in all their forms and drying up their sources of funding.
It wished the injured a speedy recovery and hoped security and stability would prevail in Türkiye.