JAKARTA, June 7 (Xinhua) -- Indonesian government on Tuesday strongly condemned the latest bomb attack in Istanbul, Turkey, that killed 11 and injured 36 others.
"Government and people of Indonesia conveyed their deepest sympathy and condolences for Turkish people and government, particularly for families of those fallen in the attack," a statement release by Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry said here.
The bomb blast occurred in morning rush hour at 08:15 a.m. local time, as car was detonated when a police bus passed through in Vezneclier, a tourist destination district in Istanbul.
The Indonesian government also advised its nationals to remain cautious, stay alert and stay away from public spaces prone from attacks.
No party has claimed responsible for Tuesday's attack.
An Indonesian student, Azwar Abadi Arsyad, was among those injured in the car bomb blast. He was studying in his campus, Istanbul University, when debris of ceiling fell onto his head due to impacts of the blast. He already went back to his dormitory after received treatment for his wounds.
Turkey saw four bomb blasts throughout this year. In January, dozens of German tourists were killed in a suicide bomb attack in Istanbul. Another bomb attack ripped through a military parade in February, killed 28 people.
In March, 35 people were killed in bomb attacks carried out by Kurds militants in Turkish capital of Ankara. In separated occasion in the same month, 4 people were killed in a suicide bomb blast in an Istanbul shopping area.