Hakan Cavusoglu supportive of Kosovo intelligence op

Hakan Cavusoglu supportive of Kosovo intelligence op

After a political crisis within Kosovo and the aggravated relations between Ankara and Pristina due to the arrest and deportation from Kosovo of six Turkish nationals who are accused by Turkey of being linked to the FETO organisation that, allegedly is behind the 2016 failed coup, the Turkish deputy PM, Hakan Cavusoglu praised the anti-FETO operation in Kosovo.

According to an Anadolu report, Turkey’s deputy premier said that “Kosovo’s security benefited from handing over terrorists to Turkish justice” and that “Ankara had done Prisitina a favor by taking in Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) members apprehended in Kosovo.

The group, brought back to Turkey by a private plane, is made up of Cihan Ozkan, Kahraman Demirez, Hasan Huseyin Gunakan, Mustafa Erdem, Osman Karakaya, and Yusuf Karabina, all wanted in Turkey as FETO fugitives.”

All six persons are school teachers working for educational institutions headed by Gulen.

Mustafa Erdem, is the director of all Gulen schools in Kosovo. Turkey has branded Gulen and his network as a terrorist organization (FETO). … / IBNA