Kurdish militants demand progress from Turkey or say peace process will end

ISTANBUL - Kurdish militants demanded concrete steps from the Turkish state to advance a peace process on Tuesday, saying negotiations would otherwise come close to ending, according to a statement published on a website close to the group.
"Our movement is at a stage of serious and critical thinking and of taking new decisions," the KCK, a political umbrella group linked to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants, said in the statement."Concrete steps should be taken by the (ruling) AK Party. Otherwise the peace process is at a very critical and dangerous stage, and near ending," it said.

Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use

Read all Tweets >