Turkish special services detained one of leaders of RSC terrorists

As a result of the joint special operation of the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) of Turkey and the Main Police Security Directorate, one of the “responsible persons” of the Red Army/KSK Murat Kyzyl was detained.

The terrorist, known under the code call sign, Mazlum Mardin, was captured while trying to flee to one of the European countries.

According to sources in the Turkish security forces, Kyzyl arrived in Turkey in 2015, after which he joined the “structures” of the RKK/KSK in rural areas.

It was reported that he coordinated the actions of the group in Syria and Iraq. The militant was put on the wanted list for “membership in the armed terrorist organization.”

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that since 1984, when the militants of the RSC for the first time had carried out a bloody crime in Turkey, and until March 2020, 7,500 security forces of Turkey and 6,800 civilians were killed at the hands of this bloody organization.

The United States and the European Union introduced PKK to the lists of terrorist organizations.

Despite Ankara’s attempts to find ways to settle the situation, the PKK terrorist organization has resumed armed attacks since July 2015.

In recent years, PKK seeks to shift responsibility for bloody crimes in the region to its branches.

In Syria, PKK terrorists are covered by the names Pyd and YPG, and in the last two years they call themselves “Syrian democratic forces.”

In Iran, PKK acts as “Party of Free Life of Kurdistan” (pjak).