Turkish President Abdullah Gul expressed his thoughts over the deadly blast in Gaziantep which killed nine people on Monday and he condemned people who carried over the felonious attack.
He said that the death of children shows everybody once again that terror is a crime against humanity.
According to a statement released from the Turkish Presidency Press Centre, President Gul was deeply sad over the death of nine people including four children in the south-eastern province of Gaziantep after a blast.
Gul stressed that he shares the pain and sadness of families who lost their close ones from heart and said, "I send my condolences to all our citizens. I condemn people who carried on this felonious attack which killed innocent people including children. Children who died in their prime shows everybody that terror is a crime against humanity. I wish that the whole world will see the real face of these attackers and see that these people are not near the humanitarian values at all."
The statement said that President Gul will be heading to Gaziantep on Wednesday and then to Kyrgyzstan.