Bayik has insisted he does not want to separate from Turkey to establish a State
The leader of the Workers Party of Kurdistan ( PKK , for its acronym in English) Cemil Bayik , warned Monday that it is willing to intensify its fight against Turkey because the government in Ankara wants the group to surrender.
Speaking to the Pblica chain british BBC Bayik has pointed that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan maintains an escalation of violence in this war, so keep the conflict so that the rights of the Kurds “are accepted”.
“the Kurds will defend to the end (…), of course PKK will intensify the war ” said Bayik, although Erdogan has ruled out negotiations with the PKK, on which Turkey, the EU and US are referred to as organization terrorist.
Meanwhile, the Turkish presidential advisor Ilnur Cevik has told the BBC that the PKK “tries to create a separate state Turkey, this is a complete secession “, so no,” the moment “-puntualiz- possibilities of talks.
Bayik insisted that do not want to secede from Turkey to establish a state.
“we do not want to divide Turkey. We want to live within the borders of Turkey in our land freely. The fight continued until the innate rights of the Kurds are accepted, “he stressed the leader of the PKK.
According said, the Turkish intransigence has pushed PKK to increase conflict, “not only in Kurdistan but also in the rest of Turkey.”
Bayik has pointed that the political leader of the PKK, Abdulah Ocalan , was jailed for Turkey in 1999, which calls for better prison conditions before they can be brought talks on a ceasefire.
“for more than a year l had no visits, no information about what l . There can be no negotiation under these circumstances, “he stressed the Kurdish leader.
The ceasefire between Turkey and the PKK was broke last July and have since increased the fighting.
the BBC points out that a branch of the PKK called TAK (Hawks for the freedom of Kurdistan) admitted being responsible for a bomb attack last month that provoked the death of 37 people in a shopping district Ankara .