Turkey has said that the Turkish nationals as well as the Afghan and Russian pilots are in good health after a helicopter was forced to land in Afghanistan. Turkish officials told Reuters news agency that they are in contact with Afghan counterparts over the incident.
"The helicopter was carrying eight Turks, the pilots were Russian and Afghan. We believe they are in good health and Turkish officials are in contact with Afghan officials over the issue," Foreign Ministry spokesman Levent Gumrukcu said.
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