Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said Hamiyet Yalcinkaya, who was code-named Leyla Amed and was responsible for overseeing the so-called Botan area, was neutralised in a counterterrorism operation in Sirnak province.
Foreign Minister Cavusoglu calls out Swedish authorities for not investigating what he describes as "hate crime" carried out by PKK terror supporters against the Turkish leader.
President Erdogan says that despite Ankara's warnings, Sweden has taken no action to extradite nearly 130 terrorists or stop PKK/PYD terror groups' demonstrations in Stockholm.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Türkiye neutralised a total of 480 terrorists since the beginning of the ongoing Operation Claw-Lock in northern Iraq, located near the country's border.
Türkiye's Defence Ministry offered condolences to the families of the soldiers and the Turkish nation, after two soldiers were killed and three others injured when terrorists opened "harassing fire".
President Erdogan extended his condolences to mourning families, the Turkish Armed Forces and to the nation after three Turkish soldiers were killed in the Operation Claw-Lock zone.
Over 100 terrorists have laid down their arms in 2022, according to the Interior Ministry.
The attack near the Turkish border gate was carried out by YPG/PKK terrorists, who have hideouts in northern Syria.
The aerial campaign targets PKK/YPG terrorists in northern areas of both countries, Defence Ministry says, a week after the group killed six people and wounded 81 in a bombing on Istanbul's busy Istiklal Avenue.
Turkish officials will reiterate their request that Finland extradite members of the PKK and FETO terrorist groups at a meeting in Ankara.
Among those "neutralised" was senior operative Mehmet Gurbuz who was wanted with a red notice, sources said.
The PKK terrorists were targeted in eastern Agri province as part of Operation Eren Abluka-10.
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