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Turkey summons ambassadors of UN Security Council permanent members following Ankara attack

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Istanbul, February 19, AZERTAC

Turkey has summoned ambassadors of permanent United Nations Security Council members for briefing following deadly Ankara bombing carried out by PKK-affiliated YPG, which killed 28 people and injured over 60.

According to reports, ambassadors from the permanent five (P5), plus Germany have been called to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and separate meetings will be held with each ambassador from the United States, Russia, France, China and Britain.

Ambassadors from the Netherlands, Germany and delegations from the European Union and the UN were also invited to the briefing.

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