World Bulletin / News Desk
UK government has apologized for protests and following incidents outside Prime Minister David Cameron's office when he was visited by Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu, government sources reported Tuesday.
The protesters have brought banners that some read: "Terrorist Turkish state," "Murderer Davutoglu," "Davutoglu - war criminal, ISIL supporter."
Sources suggest that British government expressed condemnation for occurences that happened prior and following Davutoglu's visit to Cameron's office.
According to the reports, the Turkish officials were communicated the British government's deep regrets and the unacceptability of such protests.
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