Turkey demands an increased volume of information from Bulgarian security services to stem the flow of suspected terrorists, Ankara’s Ambassador to NATO has said.
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In an interview with the Bulgarian National Radio, Mehmet Fatih Ceylan has said that more cooperation, instead of just building fences, is needed on a bilateral level to tackle the issue of terrorist suspects crossing the common border.
Ceylan has noted that there are “no obstacles to a more intensive exchange of intelligence information so that foreign terrorist fighters of [Islamic State] are halted.”
He has also fended off accusations that Turkey is waging a war with the Kurds, stressing that the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has recently become a target of Turkey‘s bombings, is “a terrorist organization” and dealing with it “is not a Kurdish problem”.
The ambassador has warned that the developments in the Middle East pose a “direct threat” to the security of Turkey and its allies.
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