Cavusoglu calls on Belgium to take action against the PKK terrorist organization

Cavusoglu calls on Belgium to take action against the PKK terrorist organization Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called on his Belgian counterpart, Hajjah Lahbib, to show solidarity with his country and take measures to combat terrorist organizations, especially the PKK, which is active in Belgium and throughout Europe on a large scale.  On Thursday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called on his Belgian counterpart, Hajjah Lahbib, to take action against the PKK terrorist organizations active in her country and throughout Europe.  Cavusoglu held a press conference with Habib after a bilateral meeting in the capital, Ankara, in which he stressed the need to combat terrorism without restriction or discrimination.  Addressing his Belgian counterpart, he added, "We look forward to your solidarity with us on this matter, and we also look forward to your action against the PKK entities that are active on a large scale in Belgium and the whole of Europe and your struggle against these entities."  Turkey had signed a tripartite memorandum with Sweden and Finland also regarding combating terrorism during the NATO summit in the Spanish capital, Madrid, on June 28.  Turkey considers that some Western countries pursue a policy of double standards. Despite the fact that the PKK has been classified on terrorist lists since the 1990s, the authorities in European countries allow the organization to operate in their territories with ease, even going beyond that to public support for the organization.  The European Police Service said in its 2018 and 2019 reports that the PKK terrorist organization uses European territory as a logistical base to collect funds, recruit members, and facilitate the arrival of weapons.  A European police report in 2015 indicated that the PKK terrorist organization had training and recruitment camps in Belgium, and another report in 2017 indicated that the organization had camps in the Swiss Alps.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called on his Belgian counterpart, Hajjah Lahbib, to show solidarity with his country and take measures to combat terrorist organizations, especially the PKK, which is active in Belgium and throughout Europe on a large scale.

On Thursday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called on his Belgian counterpart, Hajjah Lahbib, to take action against the PKK terrorist organizations active in her country and throughout Europe.

Cavusoglu held a press conference with Habib after a bilateral meeting in the capital, Ankara, in which he stressed the need to combat terrorism without restriction or discrimination.

Addressing his Belgian counterpart, he added, "We look forward to your solidarity with us on this matter, and we also look forward to your action against the PKK entities that are active on a large scale in Belgium and the whole of Europe and your struggle against these entities."

Turkey had signed a tripartite memorandum with Sweden and Finland also regarding combating terrorism during the NATO summit in the Spanish capital, Madrid, on June 28.

Turkey considers that some Western countries pursue a policy of double standards. Despite the fact that the PKK has been classified on terrorist lists since the 1990s, the authorities in European countries allow the organization to operate in their territories with ease, even going beyond that to public support for the organization.

The European Police Service said in its 2018 and 2019 reports that the PKK terrorist organization uses European territory as a logistical base to collect funds, recruit members, and facilitate the arrival of weapons.

A European police report in 2015 indicated that the PKK terrorist organization had training and recruitment camps in Belgium, and another report in 2017 indicated that the organization had camps in the Swiss Alps.
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