Karaismailoğlu: We Will Rescue Our Citizens Abducted by Pirates and Reunite Their Families

We will reunite the families who saved our citizens kidnapped by the black pirates.
We will reunite the families who saved our citizens kidnapped by the black pirates.

Minister Karaismailoğlu met with the parents of Vedat Aksan, the ship's crew who was attacked and kidnapped in the Gulf of Guinea.



Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu said, “We have been following the process from the very first moment. We are on alert with our Foreign Minister. Negotiations continue. The Turkish state is always with its citizens. "We will rescue our citizens from these bandits as soon as possible and reunite them with their families."

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who went to Sinop to make a series of visits and examinations, also met with the parents of Vedat Aksan, the ship's crew who was attacked and kidnapped in the Gulf of Guinea.

"We will save our citizens from these bandits as soon as possible and reunite their families," he said.

Minister Karaismaioğlu, who stated that they have been closely following the process regarding the hijacked and hijacked ship in the Gulf of Guinea on Saturday, met with Murat Aksan, the father of Vedat Aksan and his mother, Seyhan Korkmaz, who was attacked and kidnapped by the pirate.

Meeting with Murat Aksan, the father of the kidnapped ship's crew, Vedat Aksan, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “Vedat, son of our brother Murat, is among our friends who were on the ship that was unfortunately kidnapped by pirates on Saturday. We are in an effort to bring our son Murat to his family as soon as possible. We have been following the process from the very first moment. We are on alert with our Foreign Minister. Negotiations continue. The Turkish state is always with its citizens. "We will rescue our citizens from these bandits as soon as possible and reunite them with their families."


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