World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag has said, "If the ones who killed each other in Syria had not been Muslims, then the world would have gone into action and Assad would have left way before."
Bozdag is currently in Sudan in the scope of holding official talks and attending inauguration ceremonies of some projects of Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA).
On Sunday, he held the opening of the "Sudan-Turkey Technical Vocational and Technical Training Centre".
Speaking at the ceremony, he touched on the crisis in Syria and said, "If the ones who killed each other in Syria had not been Muslims, then the world would have gone into action and Assad would have left way before. Turkey has always been on the side of a nation, on the side of human rights."
Furthermore, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag and Development Minister Cevdet Yilmaz inaugurated forensic medicine and dactylogram center which was completed by TIKA as well.
Moreover, Bozdag came together with President of Sudan Omar al-Bashir.
Along with Bozdag, President al-Bashir also received Turkish Minister Yilmaz, Turkish Ambassador in Khartoum Erdogan Kok and TIKA Chairman Serdar Cam at his presidential residence in Sudanese capital Khartoum on Sunday.
According to information received from ministry's officials that an hour-long meeting covered the bilateral relations of two countries as well as regional issues.Last Mod: 25 Şubat 2013, 14:03