Turkey, Ankara / Trend corr. A.Alaskarov / Due to diplomatic pressure, the Kurdistan Workers Party made a decision to dislocate its base from the Kandil mountain to the Azerbaijani occupied Nagorno-Karabakh territory and launched military operations against militants of the terrorist organization, the Hurriyet newspaper reported referring to information taken from the Aksham newspaper Mutlu Chekechen.
Under Turkey's pressure the militants of the Kurdistan Workers Party are planning to leave their military base in North Iraq and dislocate to the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh with the support of the Armenian terrorists.
The Turkish President Abdulla Gul discussed the issue with the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Georgia during his visit to both countries. Furthermore, Ankara encouraged focusing the attention of the European Parliament on activities of the Armenian terrorists with the Kurdistan Workers Party militants.
According to information by the Armenian Diaspora, initially the militants of the Kurdistan Workers Party would be placed in the European country and then would be located in the Azerbaijani occupied territories through the assistance of the Armenian terrorist. Furthermore, the issue was also considered by the representatives of the law enforcement Azerbaijani Republic officials during their official visit to Ankara.