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Turkish FM Cavusoglu Thanks Greek FM Dendias for Condolences

October 16, 2022

ANKARA – Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu thanked his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias for his condolences after the deadly coal mine accident in Turkey, in a tweet on Saturday.

(Read also: Death Toll Rises to 40 in Turkey Coal Mine Explosion – Mitsotakis: Greece Ready to Help)

“Thank you dear Nikos for your message of condolences,” said the Turkish minister.

The Turkish Embassy in Athens also expressed its thanks, tweeting in English: “We extend our gratitude to the honorable members of the Greek Government as well as the allied people of Greece for their messages of condolences and their offers to extend a helping hand in the face of the tragic mining accident in Bartın,” followed by the flag icons of Turkey and Greece.

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