Turkish special services have arrested a dangerous "member of the Kurdistan Workers' Party" in Ukraine

Sat, 12.09.2020 10:41

In Odessa, a member of the banned Workers' Party of Kurdistan, Isa Ozer, was arrested and then sent to Istanbul. The arrest was carried out by the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT). It is known that in Turkey he was met by employees of the Anti-Terrorism Department.

He is charged with "membership in a terrorist organization", "propaganda of terrorism" and "forgery of documents."

According to Turkish authorities, for some time Ozer lived in Romania, where since 1996 he was a supporter of the PKK. There he was allegedly engaged in extortion of money from local Turks in favor of the organization, this became the reason for his detention and deportation. In 2014, he joined a PKK cell in the city of Dogubayazit in Agra province, and later fled Turkey after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Source: Censor

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