Turkey deported one among the attackers concerned in Tuesday’s Brussels explosions back in June 2015, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has aforesaid.
Addressing a joint news conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis within the turkish capital Ankara Wednesday, Erdogan aforesaid Belgium was warned that the aggressor captured in Turkey’s southeastern Gaziantep province in 2015 was a far off militant.
“However, despite our warnings that this person may be a foreign terrorist fighter, Belgium did not observe the terrorist links of this person,” the Turkish president aforesaid.
Later, Turkish Foreign Ministry sources named the deported aggressor as Ibrahim el-Bakroui.
At least thirty one individuals were killed and over one hundred others were wounded in multiple explosions at Zaventem airport and a subway station in Brussels Tuesday morning.
Belgian media known 2 suspected suicide bombers at the airport blasts as brothers Khalid and Abraham el-Bakroui.
Erdogan aforesaid terrorist act might solely be overcome through political alliances across the planet. “The world has to redefine terror, terrorist and terrorist act,” he said.
Iohannis united the response against terror threat should be each common and bound.
He aforesaid Turkey is a crucial partner for determination the EU’s several issues.
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