HDP's spokesman hails KDP's attempts to prompt peace

Ayhan Bilgen, the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party's (HDP) spokesperson talks about the importance of Kurdistan Democratic Party's delegation visit to his party's office in Ankara. KDP's visit came after the office in the city was attacked a few days ago. He says the visit meant a lot to HDP and describes it as a message for coexistence and peace.

During its visit, KDP's delegation met with HDP leaders and discussed the Kurdish issues and questions in all parts of Kurdistan.

Concerning Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani's peaceful message about the issues between PKK and Turkey, Bilgen said "it is important to try to promote peace and coexistence principles regardless who makes the attempts for these issues. We are pleased with any efforts made by any side for helping ease the tensions."

Bilgen also said the openness process to create a dialogue between all the sides and nations is not only useful for Kurds but it is good for the reputation of Turkey as well.

Bilgen declared that his party is ready to accept any propositions presented by any sides from anywhere for the sake of making peace instead of fighting.

"When two sides do not reach solutions and agreements  in order to ease tensions, the third party is required to present suggestions. The third party does not necessarily have to be a political party, as sometimes the civil society organizations can play that role as well."




Read 39633 times

  • About Us

    From the heart of Kurdistan Region The Kurdish Globe is a weekly newspaper printed in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. It is currently being distributed in nearly all main Kurdish cities of Iraq including Dohuk, Suleimaniya, Kirkuk, Erbil and a number of small Kurdish localities. The paper will in the near future be distributed in greater Iraqi cities such as Baghdad, Mosul, and Basra etc. There are also plans to distribute the paper in major European cities. At present the paper can be delivered to offices and home addresses across the world. more...