The Turkish Consulate in Switzerland’s Zurich was attack by a group using fireworks on Jan. 18, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
The attack was carried out at 0:30 a.m. on Jan. 8, according to officials from the consulate.
The walls and windows of the consulate building were damaged, as Swiss police started an investigation following the incident.
Police are investigating footage of the surveillance cameras, requesting that locals who witnessed the incident testify to the authorities.
Previously, the Turkish consulate in the city of Prizren in Kosovo was attacked by unidentified assailants hurling Molotov cocktails early on Nov. 28, according to the Kosovan authorities.
Prizren Chief Prosecutor Syle Hoxha said five suspects were taken into custody over the attack, which caused minor damage to the consulate building but no injuries.