- Imprisoned PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan has sent a 20-page roadmap to the Turkish government outlining his proposals for a peaceful solution to end the conflict which has been ongoing since 1984.
- Öcalan's proposals offer Turkish prime minister Recep Tayipp Erdogan with substantial room to reach an agreement.
- The reaction of the PKK's de-facto operational commander Murat Karayilan will be critical to the continuation of the peace talks.
Imprisoned leader of the Partiya Karkerên Kurdistan (PKK), Abdullah Öcalan, has sent a roadmap for peace to the Turkish government and leading figures within PKK. The possibility of reaching a peaceful solution to a conflict that has ravaged Turkey since 1984 has never been as close.