Could Russia Have Had A Role In Recent PKK Attacks On Turkish Pipelines?
By The Jamestown Foundation
Posted on Sun, 27 September 2015 00:00 | 0
On August 25, an explosion occurred on the South Caucasus Pipeline (also known as the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum pipeline), which transports natural gas from Azerbaijan, through Georgia, and into Turkey (Anadolu Agency, August 25). According to the Turkish press, the militant organization the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) was behind this explosion, which occurred along the section of the pipeline near Sar?kam??, a Turkish town around 30 miles southwest of Kars.
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