Turkey to discuss new road map to deal PKK issue - prime minister
According to a statement released by President's Office, Gul said driver of the bus and four policemen were killed and many others were wounded in the attack, reported Worldbulletin.
Gul said he strongly condemned this ugly attack of the terrorist organization, noting that perpetrators of the attack would definitely be punished.
Separately, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, responding to the questions of reporters, said operations would continue till the PKK lays down arms.
"The incident does not only have security dimension, but also has diplomatic, political, economic, sociologic and psychological dimensions. Government, executives of Turkish Armed Forces, and related ministers will have a meeting on Thursday to assess the matter and the new road map," Erdogan added.
The Higher Board of Counter-Terrorism will convene under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Thursday.
The meeting at the Prime Ministry Office will begin at 1:00 p.m. local time.
Deputy Prime Minister & State Minister Cemil Cicek, Foreign Minister Ali Babacan, National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul, Interior Minister Besir Atalay, Justice Minister Mehmet Ali Sahin, General Staff Chief Gen. Ilker Basbug, Land Forces Commander Gen. Isik Kosaner, Gendarmerie Forces Commander Gen. Atila Isik, General Staff Deputy Chief Gen. Hasan Igsiz, Security Chief Oguz Kagan Koksal, National Intelligence Agency (MIT) Undersecretary Emre Taner, Prime Ministry Undersecretary Efkan Ala and several other officials will attend the meeting.