Turkish Top Diplomat, UN Chief Discuss ‘Action Plan’

Mevlut Cavusoglu Pic Anadolu News

Ankara, 05 July 2019 (Anadolu)

In a phone call, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres discussed the UN’s signing of “an action plan” with the PKK/YPG terror group, diplomatic sources said on Friday.

The two top politicians touched on the UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Virginia Gambia’s meeting with PKK terrorist “Ferhat Abdi Sahin”, who commands the so-called “Syrian Democratic Forces” dominated by the terrorist organization and signing an “Action Plan” at the UN Office in Geneva.

The UN over the weekend signed a scandalous agreement with a terrorist group without the knowledge of UN member states.

The UN signing an “action plan” with the PKK/YPG terrorists, supposedly to stop the recruitment of child soldiers, is actually a sinister subterfuge meant to legitimize a bloody terrorist organization that has killed tens of thousands of people.

Proving the point, the terror group’s propaganda outlets hailed the UN agreement, while it fittingly drew strong condemnation from Turkey, a sovereign member state of the international body.

The PKK has waged a terror campaign against Turkey for more than 30 years and has been responsible for the deaths of nearly 40,000 people, including women and children.

In 2017, the U.S., which considers the PKK a terrorist group, helped change the YPG’s name to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in order to dissociate it with the PKK. A terrorist using the SDF label signed the UN pact.

/ Current Affairs

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