The Turkish Foreign Ministry expressed condolences to the United States in connection with the death of ten people as a result of a shooting in the city of Buffalo in the state of New York.
Ankara regretted reports of the death of ten people as a result of an armed attack in the city of Buffalo in New York, follows from the message of the Foreign Ministry.
“We express our condolences to the American people, we wish a speedy recovery to the injured,” the message says.
Earlier, Buffalo mayor Byron Brown reported the death of ten, wounding three people as a result of shooting in one of the city’s supermarkets.
Peyton Gendron, an 18-year-old white man, is reported to have perpetrated the supermarket shooting.
Eyewitnesses report that the shooter was wearing a camouflage uniform and bulletproof vest, he had a helmet on his head.
Authorities say 11 of the 13 people targeted by the shooter were black.
The shooter is believed to have previously stated his motives in a racist statement posted on the video streaming service Twitch. After the attack, the social network Twitch deleted the footage.
Erie County Attorney General John Flynn said the Buffalo supermarket shooter has been charged with murder in the first degree.
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