Thursday, 25 February 2016

The latest attacks on the Turkish capital Ankara were carried out by the PKK and PYD, noting that the world “has to give up its double standards in order to facilitate fighting terror,” the Anadolu Agency reported the country’s foreign minister saying yesterday.

Speaking during his visit to the area where the attacks took place last week, Mevlut Cavusoglu said: “All terrorist groups must be fought indiscriminately … otherwise, terror will win.” He reiterated that Turkey will fight “all forms of terror until the end.”

“Daesh, PYD, PKK, Al-Nusra Front and the Revolutionary Popular Liberation Party are all terrorist organisations and anti-humanity. Fighting these groups is continuous internally and externally.”

“We will clarify that there is cooperation between the PYD and PKK as the prime minister already announced twice. He disclosed documents that the Ankara attack was carried out in cooperation between the two groups and the world has to know this,” he stressed.

Source: Middle East Monitor.