Turkey should solve domestic problems: Turkish analytic
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 14 / Trend R.Hafizoglu /
Mehmet Bekaroglu, former MP from the Turkish Saadet party, analytic, considers that Turkey should solve rapidly the country's Kurd problem.
Turkey should solve its domestic problems, particularly the country's Kurd problem, soon to maintain the stability in the country, Bekaroglu told Trend over the telephone on Sept.14.
Turkey is not interested in delay of the solution of the Kurd problem, the analytic added.
Turkey will solve the Kurd problem in the country, Turkish Prime-Minister Rejeb Tayyib Erdogan said at a meeting of the ruling Justice and Development party (AKP). Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with leader of the Kurdish-supporting Democratic Society Party (DTP), Ahmet Turk. Erdogan considered the meeting as positive saying that the Kurds problem will be solved soon. Turk considered the meeting as start of dialogue between the parties. Leader of the Turkish main opposition, Republican People's Party (CHP), Deniz Baykal considered this meeting as authorities' discussions with supporters of terrorism in the country. Baykal demands the authorities to express its opinion towards Kurds openly.
Turkish Interior Minister Beshir Atalay also met with Ahmet Turk on Aug. 13. Turkish President Abdullah Gul mentioned the necessity of rapid solution of the Kurd problem of the country.
The leader of the DTP called the army to stop the struggle against the PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party) while solving the Kurd problem by peace. "Despite the government's attempts to solve Kurd problem by peace, the army will be merciless towards the PKK terrorist organization and fight against it, the Army Gen. Ilker Bashbug stated at the news conference.
The country which cannot solve its domestic problems, cannot achieve success in foreign policy. Therefore, Ankara should try to solve this problem soon, Bekaroglu added.
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