World Bulletin / News Desk
Civil servants, who were freed by PKK militant organization, reunited with their families at Turkey's Habur border gate on Wednesday.
A group of civil servants, who had been abducted by PKK in 2011 and 2012, finally met their families after 640 days.
District governor candidate Kenan Erenoglu, police officer Nadir Ozgen, police officer Kemal Ekinci, sergeant Abdullah Sopceler, specialized sergeant Zihni Koc, and privates Resat Cecan, Hadi Gizli and Ramazan Basaran met their families after their medical check-up and entry procedures were completed.
Families, who are now in tears of joy, told AA that they hoped the resolution process to end terrorism would become successful.
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