Turkey is set to present details on the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) at Interpol's 85th General Assembly which began Monday in Indonesia's Bali.
Around 360 commissioners from 167 countries are attending the assembly, whose theme this year has been set as "fight against terrorism."
The Turkish delegation, headed by Interpol Department Head Lütfi Çiçek, will inform the member states of Turkey's position against the terrorist organizations such as the PKK, People's Protection Units (YPG) and FETÖ.
FETÖ, led by its U.S.-based leader Fetullah Gülen, masterminded and carried out the failed July 15 coup attempt. The delegation will also make presentations and share info and documents on bilateral meetings with other states' representatives.
Meanwhile, membership application of Palestine, Kosovo and Solomon Islands will also be discussed at the assembly. Turkey is expected to support Palestine's and Kosovo's application. Interpol's next president for a four-year term will also be elected in Bali, with Hongwei Meng from China and Sebastian Ndeitunga from Namibia vying for the office.
20 FETÖ-linked pilots arrested
In another development, 20 pilots were arrested in Konya yesterday as part of a FETÖ investigation carried out by Konya Public Prosecutor's Office. Five other detained pilots were released and placed under judicial control. The suspects are accused of providing financial support and attending terrorist activities.
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