16 July 2016
South Africa expresses concern over the situation in the Republic of Turkey
The South African Government notes with concern political developments in the Republic of Turkey, following the attempted coup by a faction of the generic viagra best price military, which took place yesterday evening, Friday, 15 July 2016.
South Africa strongly condemns any attempt to seize power through unconstitutional means or the resolution of political disagreements through the use of force. This incident is a serious violation of Turkey’s constitution.
South Africa supports democracy and the rule of where to order viagra online law and we are of the firm view that the will of the people must be respected.
The South African Government appeals to the people and all political leaders in the country to refrain from any violent activities that may further undermine peace, security and stability in the country. We urge all involved to adhere to non-violence, and to viagra canadian debate issues in a peaceful and i use it inclusive manner.
Embassy of the Republic of South Africa
The South African Embassy has been fielding requests from our citizens in Turkey and are communicating with those in need.
South Africans can contact the Department of International Relations and Cooperation at +27 351 1000 or the South African Embassy in Ankara at +90-532 558 1695 or +90-535 730 8646.
South Africans are advised to stay in doors.
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