Worlsd Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said he, on behalf of basic human values, harshly condemned the massacre which took place during Egypt's early Monday prayer.
In his message on social network site Twitter, Davutoglu said, "I strongly condemn the massacre, taken place during the morning prayer, on behalf of basic human values we stand up for. We wait for our Egyptian brothers and sisters to claim democracy and free will despite the provocations."
Davutoglu underlined that a political normalization process, respectful to people's will, should start, and condoled with Egyptian people. He said, "Egypt is the hope of rising democracy demand in the Middle East and Turkey will always be in solidarity with the Egyptian society."
Egypt's Freedom and Justice Party stated Monday that death toll rose to 52 after army attacked on people outside Republican Guards Headquarters.