Arınc: "What matters us ıs the result"
Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc yesterday received a delegation of Arab reporters. During the question and answer session of the meeting, Arinc touched on the withdrawal of members of the outlawed PKK. "What matters to us is the result, and it looks like we are getting there," Arinc added, noting that the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) had been closely following the implementation of the PKK's announced decisions. Furthermore, Justice and Development Party (AKP) deputy leader Huseyin Celik dismissed concerns over the course of the process, saying, "The process is running in a way that allows no room for concern."