After the terrorist attack, Turkey’s military operations against the PKK will become more stringent
ANKARA, October 2 – RIA Novosti. According to information given to RIA by a source from the presidential administration, the operations of the Turkish armed forces against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which is banned in Northern Iraq and Syria, will take on a more active and harsh character after the attempted terrorist attack in Ankara. Novosti.
Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ali Erlikaya, reported that a terrorist attack was attempted near the ministry building in the center of Ankara on Sunday: One of the terrorists blew himself up, the other was neutralized. Two police officers were slightly injured in the conflict.
As the TV channel reported A NewsPKK claimed responsibility for the attack attempt. The Turkish Ministry of National Defense subsequently announced airstrikes against PKK militant targets in northern Iraq, during which 20 facilities were destroyed.
Armed conflict with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Turkey began in 1984 and resumed in 2015. There are PKK bases in Northern Iraq where the Turkish army conducts air and land operations. The presence of Turkish troops in the Zlikan camp northeast of Mosul has long been a point of contention between Baghdad and Ankara, justifying the necessary measure to combat the PKK.
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