Erdogan says Turkey to 'definitely' complete Kurdish move
Turkish PM Erdogan said that the democratic move would be completed regardless of its cost.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that the democratic move would be completed regardless of its cost.
Erdogan attended the inauguration of Genclik Park in Ankara on Sunday.
He said that the government initiated a "national unity project" one month ago, adding that they took a step to bring peace and well-being to Turkey by ending the clashes continuing for the last 25 years.
All part of Turkey reacted positively to the project, added Erdogan.
Erdogan said that non-governmental organizations, academicians, media, universities, scientists, artists, foundations and associations were extending support to the project.
Erdogan noted that Turkey would make a great leap forward when democratic move was completed, terrorism problem was solved, and national unity project was implemented. He added that Turkey's economy and democracy would get stronger when the project was completed. He said that this brotherhood and national unity project would be completed regardless of its cost.
Noting that Turkey developed significantly in foreign policy in the last seven years, Erdogan said that Turkey became non-permanent member of UN Security Council, launched Alliance of Civilizations initiative, and became the address of peace, tranquility and consensus in Middle East, Caucasus and Balkans. He added that Turkey had risen to the 17th rank from 26th in world biggest economies.
AA Güncelleme Tarihi: 31 Ağustos 2009, 10:57