Protestors attack Turkeys diplomatic missions in Syria.

By bne IntelliNews November 14, 2011
The Turkish foreign ministry says that a group of proponents of the regime in Syria attacked the Turkish embassy in Damascus the consulate general in Aleppo and Latakia on November 12. The attacks on the missions came shortly after Turkey supported a decision by the Arab League to suspend Syria. The foreign ministry says that Turkey strongly condemned the attacks and Syrias charge daffaires was summoned to the ministry and he was submitted a Note. Turkey evacuated the families of the diplomatic personnel after the attacks. Meanwhile, foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with the Syrian opposition leaders in Ankara on Sunday as a sign of Turkeys support for the Syrian opposition.
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