Visit to the Martyr's Hill from Kadıköy

 

Kadıköy Mayor Aykurt Nuhoğlu and Kadıköy Municipality Volunteers went to the Martyr's Hill  in beşiktaş and left carnations to the place of bombing.

Kadıköy Mayor Aykurt Nuhoğlu and Kadıköy Municipality Volunteers went to Beşiktaş to commemorate those who lost their lives in the terror attack in Beşiktaş. Nuhoğlu and the volunteers, who went to Kabataş by boats, walked to the Martyr's Hill, where the terrorist attack took place, with  banners written "We commemorate our martyrs and will not forget them".

Minute of silence was kept and the National Anthem was read in the memorial, with broad participation, held for 44 people who lost their lives in the terrorist attack.

Kadıköy Mayor Aykurt Nuhoglu, who spoke at the Martyr's Hill, said: "It is desired to have a serious disturbance in the Middle East and Turkey, but we know that 79 million people living in the Republic of Turkey will not collapse and survive, we will resist and not surrender to terrorism".

Nuhoglu stated that terror and violence are the enemies of humanity and continued: “In this process, it is desired to create an empire of terror and violence. However, we know that all citizens of Republic of Turkey will resist terrorism and not surrender to terror. We will not be afraid in any way. We will save this country from terror with the power of law and the Turkish Grand National Assembly. We will protect the unity and solidarity of our country.”

The volunteers and Nuhoğlu left the Martyr's Hill by leaving carnations in memory of those who lost their lives.

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Aykurt Nuhoğlu

The Mayor Of Kadıköy