Turkey: 4 PKK terrorists surrender to security forces
At least four PKK terrorists surrendered to security forces in Turkey, local authorities said, Anadolu agency reported.
A PKK/KCK terrorist, identified by the initials B.K., surrendered to security teams in the Cizre district of Sirnak province after being persuaded by police officers of southeastern Van and Sanliurfa provinces.
The Van Security Directorate, in a written statement, said efforts are going on to convince the PKK/KCK terrorists, operating on behalf of YPG/PYD terror group in Syria, to surrender. The statement said B.K. had joined the PKK/KCK in 2014.
“B.K. surrendered to our officers in Sirnak’s Cizre district. The member of the terror group was arrested by judicial authorities after investigation documents were prepared against him/her,” added the statement.
Separately, the Interior Ministry announced that three PKK terrorists, two of whom were a mother and a son, surrendered to the security forces as a result of persuasion efforts.
It was determined that the surrendered mother joined the terrorist organization in 2015.
The ministry announced that a total of 128 terrorists have turned themselves in to Turkish security forces in 2020.