“This is not Syria, where no one can so easily declare cantons”-said Prime Minister Davutoglu, referring to statements about so-called autonomy.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu participated in a television program, he answered to actual questions. Prime Minister Davutoglu, referring to statements about so-called autonomy, said: “This is not Syria, where no one can so easily announce the cantons. In the democratic state is defined the management system and principle of control it”. Referring to the fact that the delegation of national Democratic Party intends to go in Cizre, Davutoglu said: “nowadays the delegation of any party, even if the AKP, going there, must follow the rules to save a public order.” The answer about a ground attack in northern Iraq, Prime Minister Davutoglu said: “If it is necessary, troops are transferred there but a large-scale ground attack has not started. If it is necessary, our military, our special group complete tasks here, and then come back. If it will be necessary, as it was in 2008, we will repeat. ” “It is not necessary to make negotiations with Imrali. Previously talks with Imrali has been on disarmament … So it was in 2013. Now, when there is no such commitment, such an approach and such prospects, there is no point in negotiations,” said Ahmet Davutoglu.