Cuban Vice President Gladys Bejerano, on behalf of the Cuban government and people, expressed condolences for the October 10th terrorist attack in Ankara, Turkey.
Bejerano signed Tuesday the book of condolence opened at the Turkish embassy here in Havana, in the wake of the terror attacks at a peace rally, which claimed at least 128 people and wounded more than 200.
The Cuban vice president reiterated Cuba's position against all forms and manifestations of terrorism.
Cuban Acting Foreign Minister Abelardo Moreno and the Director for Canada and Europe at the Cuban Foreign Ministry, Elio Rodríguez, also signed the book of condolences.
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