Following attack Turkey to send delegation to N.Zealand

             By Aynur Ekiz</p>  <p>ANKARA (AA) - Turkey will send a high-level delegation to New Zealand in the aftermath of Friday's mosque attacks which left at least 49 people dead, the Turkish president said.</p>  <p>&quot;I am sending our vice president, foreign minister, and a delegation to New Zealand,” said Recep Tayyip Erdogan Friday in a phone call to Dame Patsy Reddy, New Zealand’s governor-general, as shown in video posted online by Erdogan’s communications director.</p>  <p>&quot;The manifesto that the terrorist released clearly shows that this was no individual act,&quot; added Erdogan, stressing the importance of exposing the groups behind the attacks, and offering Turkey’s help.</p>  <p>On their trip to New Zealand, Vice-President Fuat Oktay and Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu will convey Turkey’s condolences over the attacks, the Foreign Ministry later announced.</p>  <p>The delegation will stress Turkey's resolve against Islamophobia and xenophobia and its solidarity with New Zealand in the face of these &quot;heinous&quot; terror attacks, said a ministry statement. </p>  <p>Gunmen opened fire on worshippers during Friday prayers at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.</p>  <p>Four suspects -- three men and one woman -- have been detained so far.</p>  <p>  <p>*Writing by Can Erozden and Dilara Hamit</p>  <p>