Obama asks Erdogan to help in dealing with the attacks on U.S. embassies

Obama asks Erdogan to help in dealing with the attacks on U.S. embassies

15/09/2012 18:59

Arbil September 15 (AKnews) – A request by U.S. President Barack Obama, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, condemned the attacks faced by diplomatic missions U.S. in a number of states, according to the agency Anatolian. said White House spokesman, Jay Carney, in meeting Daily Press that Obama spoke with Erdogan, asking him to condemn the use of violence, also spoke in the same subject with a number of leaders in the region, headed by the leaders of Egypt, Libya and Yemen. continued Carney that “Erdogan has already condemned these acts, pointing to the importance attached by the America of the positions stated to the leaders of these countries. “Erdogan has described in a press conference held in the city of “Yalta” Ukrainian yesterday, the film as a provocative act, and hostile, and pointed out that the reaction of Muslims in a provocative use of violence as well. He also renewed his condemnation of attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, pointing out that his government was against the use of violence to express their opinion. Open: Abdul Qadir الونداوي

Source: aknews