National Security Council displays decisiveness on Syrian jet crisis
ANKARA - Hürriyet Daily News
Turkey's National Security Council (MGK) met under the chairmanship of President Abdullah Gül to discuss the latest developments on Turkey and its region.
The MGK said Turkey was maintaining all its international rights in regard to the crisis with Syria, which shot down a Turkish jet on June 22, touching off a crisis in Ankara.
The council also said Ankara supported a transition to democracy in Syria.
The body also said terrorist activities would not succeed in sabotaging Turkey's goodwill and the search for a solution to the Kurdish issue.
Turkey and Turkish Cyprus also reserve all their rights in the search for natural resources in their region, the MGK said.