: Two Ukrainians remain in Istanbul hospitals after terror attack

13:07 Jun. 30, 2016

Two Ukrainians remain in Istanbul hospitals after terror attack

Turkish security officers and ambulances outside Turkey's largest airport, Istanbul Ataturk, after it was hit by a suicide bomb attack on June 28, 2016 (Getty Images)

The third wounded Ukrainian is to come home soon 

Two Ukrainian citizens are still hospitalized in Istanbul after the city's Atatürk Airport was rocked by a Brussels-style terrorist attacks.

According to the Department of Consular Service of Ukraine's Foreign Ministry, the third Ukrainian citizen, who suffer minor injuries, is planning to return home soon.

A gun and suicide bomb attack on Europe's third largest airport left 42 people dead, including one Ukrainian.

Watch also Ukrainian citizens arrive back after deadly blasts in Istanbul airport

Officials earlier said 239 people were injured, with 41 in intensive care.

On Thursday Turkey is observing a nation-wide day of mourning.

Read also Ukrainians lay flowers at Kyiv's Turkish Embassy to mourn terror attack victims


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