Ankara, November 4, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has renamed the “solution process”, which was initiated by the Justice and Development (AK) Party to end the Kurdish conflict, as the “National Unity and Fraternity Process”.
In a meeting with mukhtars — locally elected village and neighborhood leaders — at the Presidential Palace in Ankara on Wednesday, Erdogan said: “The upcoming term is not a discussion or a debate term. In all honesty I can say that it is a term that it will have results. From now on it is a ‘National Unity and Fraternity Process’,” Erdogan said.
“The operations against PKK in Turkey and abroad are being taken in a determined way. There will be no break, we will go on,” the president said.
Erdogan said they would struggle until terrorists lay down their arms and until the organization is dissolved as the PKK members go abroad.
Source: The Journal of Turkish Weekly