Turkey's prime minister and Somali president agreed on Wednesday to bring people who were injured in a blast in Mogadishu to Turkey for treatment.
Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Somali President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed, and offered his condolences over Tuesday's bomb attack.
Erdogan and Ahmed agreed to bring 30 people who were wounded in the blast to Turkey for treatment.
A Turkish plane will fly to Somalia to bring the injured.
A Turkish statement said students was queueing outside the Ministry of Higher Education when the blast occurred, waiting for the results of scholarships offered by Turkey.
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