( Cihan ) - Turkey's National Security Council (MGK) is set to convene on Wednesday for a regular bimonthly meeting to be chaired by President Ahmet Necdet Sezer.
The meeting, which is set to begin at 1.30 p.m., will be held at the Presidential Palace in the capital of Ankara.
A possible Turkish military incursion into northern Iraq to crack down PKK terrorism, which has been on the rise in recent weeks, tops the agenda of today's MGK meeting.
Measures to be taken against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) also include creation of a buffer zone on Turkey-Iraq border to prevent infiltrations into Turkey from northern Iraq, where PKK terrorists are based.
In April, President Sezer chaired the meeting for the last time and bid his farewell to the MGK members since his term in office was going to expire on May 16. However, the next president has not been elected yet since the Constitutional Court annulled the presidential vote on the basis that two-thirds, or 367 parliamentary members, needed to be present for voting on the presidential election.