PM Ahmet Davutoğlu phoned the Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli on Sunday, and informed them of Turkish military's recent strikes against the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) and the PKK outlawed organization.
Davutoğlu reportedly told the two party leaders that a committee will give them a more detailed briefing regarding the recent developments in the upcoming days.
The committee will be chaired by the Defense Minister Vecdi Gönül, and will also consist of senior officials from the army, intelligence organization, and the ministry of foreign affairs.
Turkey has stepped up efforts against terrorism following a suspected ISIS bomb attack carried out on Monday in the country's southeastern Şanlıurfa province which killed 32 people and injured dozens.
Two policemen were killed in retaliation on Wednesday, for which the outlawed PKK organization claimed responsibility.
On Thursday, gunfire from Syria killed a Turkish military officer and injured two troops in southern Kilis province, prompting Turkish forces to return fire.
Since then, Turkey has initiated a nationwide anti-terror operation, detaining many suspected of having ties with the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) as well as the outlawed PKK organization.
Turkish Air Forces has been also carrying airstrikes against the PKK in northern Iraq and the ISIS militants in northern Syria.