Armenia extends condolences to Turkey over deadly road accidents

Armenia extends condolences to Turkey over deadly road accidents

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's special envoy for the normalization of relations with Ankara, lawmaker Ruben Rubinyan has expressed his condolences over the deadly traffic accidents in Turkey over the weekend.

At least 32 people were killed and dozens were injured in two separate road accidents Saturday, each in places where collisions took place earlier in the day, local media reported.

"My deepest condolences to the families & friends of those who lost their lives in traffic accidents in Gaziantep and Mardin. Speedy recovery to the injured," Rubinyan wrote in a tweet.

Serdar Kilic, Turkey's special envoy, extended condolences over the massive explosion that tore through Yerevan on August 14 and left over 20 people dead.

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