World extends condolences over deadly floods in Turkey
An EU delegation to Turkey extended its condolences on Twitter, saying: "We are deeply concerned by the consecutive disasters that have hit Turkey for days."
Noting that they "deeply feel the sorrow caused by the latest flood," the delegation expressed hope that "these formidable days will be over very soon."
Qatar's embassy wished a speedy recovery to those injured in the floods, offering its condolences to the country's government and people.
From Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelensky extended condolences to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and tweeted: "We share the pain of families whose loved ones were taken by the natural disaster and wish a speedy recovery to the victims."
Also conveying its condolences, the Iranian Embassy in Turkey tweeted on Aug. 13 that it shares "the pain of the friendly and brotherly country, the Republic of Turkey, and its people."
"We wish to express our deepest sympathies to those who have lost loved ones to the floods in the Black Sea region," the Embassy of Ireland in Turkey tweeted on Aug. 13.
Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov extended his condolences to his Turkish counterpart, President Erdoğan, for the natural disaster, according to the Presidential Press Center.
Noting that the people of Kyrgyzstan share the sorrow of the relatives of those who lost their lives and wish a speedy recovery to everyone affected by the disaster, Japarov said: "I pray to God that brotherly Turkey will get through this difficult situation as soon as possible."
Daifallah al-Fayez, the spokesperson for the Jordanian Foreign Ministry, extended condolences to the Turkish people and government for the loss of life caused by the flood and wished a speedy recovery to the injured.
In a written message, al-Fayez underlined that Jordan stands in solidarity with Turkey in the midst of the painful disaster.
Conveying its condolences, the Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States said on Twitter: "We convey our condolences to Turkish Government & brotherly people of Turkey, wish a speedy recovery to those affected by the disaster."
The council is an international organization of several Turkic countries, including Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey.