world cities show solidarity with Istanbul blast victims
New York�s mighty Empire State was dimmed on Wednesday night to show sympathy to the victims of the Istanbul Ataturk Airport attack
After the odious terror attack shook the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, world cities on Wednesday stood by the city by showing solidarity through various means. Most of the countries, illuminated its symbol monuments with Turkish flag.
New York’s mighty Empire State was dimmed on Wednesday night to show sympathy to the victims of the Istanbul Ataturk Airport attack.
The Empire State Building is dark tonight in honor of the victims of the Istanbul attack (Photo:@in_a_ny_second ) pic.twitter.com/hJfGL4oSBl— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) June 30, 2016
“Tonight, our building will remain dark in sympathy for the victims of Istanbul Atatürk airport attack,” said the official twitter account of Empire State.
Following the Empire State building, German Brandenburg Gate, Eiffel Tower in Paris and municipal buildings in Netherlands were also illuminated with the colours of Turkish flag.
Old Bridge in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mexican Foreign Ministry building, Australia State Parliament Building and Kuwait’s Towers were also illuminated, to show solidarity with the victims of the deadly attack.