Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov shot dead after shooting in Ankara, Russia Vows to Punish people behind this attack [Video of assasination Included]

                                                                Andrey Karlov
Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov was shot dead after shooting in Ankara on Monday. According to reports, Russia’s ambassador Andrey Karlov was speaking at an exhibition when he was shot in the back multiple times. Andrey Karlov later succumbed to injuries. The gunman, however didn’t harm the harm the guests present at the exhibition and let them go out of the venue after opening fire at Andrey Karlov, according to international media reports.

Andrey Karlov was hospitalised and several other people were wounded in the attack by an unknown gunman, NTV and CNN-Turk televisions said. Andrey Karlov succumbed to gunshot injuries. The attack came after days of protests in Turkey over Russia’s role in Syria, although Moscow and Ankara are now working closely together to evacuate citizens from Aleppo. Pictures published by the Hurriyet daily showed at least two men in suits lying flat on the ground as another man brandished a gun.

The attack happened at the Cagdas Sanatlar Merkezi, a major art exhibition hall in the Cankaya district of Ankara where most foreign embassies are located including Russia’s mission. CNN-Turk said the ambassador was in a serious condition. Protesters in Turkey have held Moscow responsible for human rights violations in Aleppo.

Meanwhile, Russia after the attack, has issued strong words in a press release, warning of consequences, & saying people behind the attack will not be spared.Islamic Terrorists of any form will not survive anywhere & we will fight it, said the Russia spokeswoman.


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