Turkey against PYD in Syria talks, not Kurds: PM

February 2016
Journal of Turkish Weekly;2/2/2016, p1
The article reports that Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet DavutoÄŸlu has reiterated his government's objection to the participation of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in the United Nation (UN) backed talks on Syria. The UN special envoy for Syria had sent out invitations for peace talks in Geneva, Switzerland to start on January 29, 2016.


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