"I strongly condemn the inhumane act which took place during the celebration of national holidays in Nice," President Erdoğan said, and offered condolences.
In the statement, Erdoğan said that Turkey understands the feelings of the French people, as a country which has also suffered from terrorist attacks and added that it is once again evident that it is necessary to fight terrorism in a determined manner.In his official Twitter account, PM Yıldırım said that he strongly condemned the "cowardly" terror attack.
In a statement, the Foreign Ministry said that Turkey is fully in solidarity with France in its fight against terrorism.
"Together, we will continue our fight against these villains with determination" the statement said and added that Turkey expresses its condolences to France and the French people.
Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın also condemned the attacks, and offered condolences to the victims and their families.
" The modern barbarians who perpetrated the attack have nothing to do with religion and humanity. There is no room for them in this world -- nor should there be. On this sad day, we stand in solidarity with France" he said and added that "joint action against all forms of terrorism is a global obligation and necessity."
Multiple deaths and injuries were reported in Nice, France Thursday as a truck plowed into the Bastille celebrations in a possible terror attack.
Firearms and grenades were found inside the truck as as anti-terrorist investigators took over the Nice attack probe.
84 people were killed in the attack and at least 100 were injured with 47 in critical condition.