U.S. Embassy in Ankara to Reopen Wednesday after the Security Threat
The U.S. Embassy in Ankara will reopen on Wednesday and will provide all regular services, a spokesman said, after the mission was closed for two days due to a security threat, reported Reuters.
“The U.S. Embassy in Ankara will be operating as normal and providing all regular services on Wednesday, March 7 onwards,” embassy spokesman David Gainer.
“We appreciate the continuing strong support we receive from the Turkish National Police in keeping our facilities and personnel safe,” he said.
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