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Iran expresses sympathy for tragic fire in southern Turkish provinces
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh

Tehran, IRNA – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh on Friday voiced Tehran's readiness to help the Turkish Government in putting off the large-scale forest fires in southern Turkish provinces.

Khatibzadeh on Friday, regretted for a large fire that had broken out in a part of the forest in the southern provinces of Turkey, causing extensive material damage and the death of a number of Turkish citizens.

Khatibzadeh, announcing the solidarity of the Islamic Republic of Iran with the government and nation of the friendly and brotherly country of Turkey, expressed condolences to the families of the victims and announced the readiness of the Islamic Republic of Iran to help the government and people of Turkey.

Iran expresses sympathy for tragic fire in southern Turkish provinces

Turkey’s Mediterranean region is battling multiple wildfires in three provinces, which started on Wednesday.  At least three people have been killed in southern Turkey as two forest fires rage near tourist coastal regions.

Dozens of others were also hospitalized with burns after flames ravaged houses in the Kalemler district.

A wildfire that broke out Wednesday near the Mediterranean town of Manavgat, in Antalya province, had largely been contained.

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