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Georgians to be employed in Turkish nut plantation

By Messenger Staff
Monday, June 14
Turkish journal Aksham states that following the terrorist attacks by the Kurdish Workers Party some businessmen have decided to refuse to invite Turks of Kurdish origin to undertake the seasonal gathering of nuts at the Black Sea. Instead they have suggested inviting Georgian workers.

Turkish law enforcement bodies state that over the last year and a half Kurdish terrorists have killed around 10 policemen and soldiers, and some of these terrorists entered this region as workers.