Turkish PM discusses peace process and May Day protests with ministers
Outcomes of wise men meetings and developments after PKK's announcement to withdraw are on the meeting's agenda. DHA photoPrime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met May 1 with his deputy prime ministers Bülent Arınç, Bekir Bozdağ and Beşir Atalay, along with Minister of Justice Sadullah Ergin, Minister of Interior Muammer Güler, Minister of Culture Ömer Çelik and Party Speaker Hüseyin Çelik in order to discuss developments about the “peace process.”
Outcomes of wise men meetings, and developments after the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) announcement to withdraw from Turkish territory were on the meeting’s agenda, sources said. Hüseyin Çelik recently traveled to northern Iraq and met with Massoud Barzani, president of the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Administration.