'Gov't should first work for cessation of PKK activities in Europe'

Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) Chairman Sinan Aygun said Wednesday the government should first exert efforts for cessation of PKK activities in Europe before a general amnesty.

'Gov't should first work for cessation of PKK activities in Europe'
A written statement released by Aygun said archives comprised of records that have been kept by terrorist organization PKK for long years are in Syria. "The government should bring to light these archives. Who are the members of terrorist organization? Which countries and organizations do cooperate with PKK? Terrorist organization PKK also receives political support from Europe. The government should exert efforts to seize these archives," he stated.

Aygun said, "PKK's cashbox is in Switzerland. The government should also uncover it."

"Foreign support to terrorist organization should first be ended to combat terrorism. According to the statement of Justice Ministry, 116 terrorists shelter in EU countries," Aygun said.

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