A funeral took place in Afghanistan on Saturday for 12 Turkish soldiers killed in a helicopter crash.
The funeral for 12 Turkish soldiers was held at the Kabul Regional Command. Turkish soldiers serving the command and some other soldiers serving NATO Command attended the funeral.
The bodies of 12 Turkish soldiers were later sent to Turkey.
Turkey's prime minister offered condolences to the families of 12 Turkish soldiers who were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan.
Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan called families of 12 Turkish soldiers, and expressed his condolences.
Erdogan had cancelled his visit to Germany after a Turkish military helicopter, a Sikorsky, with the Kabul Regional Command assigned under ISAF, crashed in Afghanistan on Friday, killing 12 Turkish soldiers.
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