Operation against Gulen’s supporters in Turkish Petkim not to affect its work

The operation against supporters of Fethullah Gulen in Turkey’s Petkim petrochemical holding won’t affect its work, Petkim said in a statement released Aug. 2.

At present, Petkim petrochemical holding continues its work in normal mode.

It was reported on Aug. 2 morning that operation against supporters of Fethullah Gulen started in Turkey’s Petkim petrochemical holding.

Earlier, Vagif Aliyev, head of the board of directors of Petkim said that 27 people have been dismissed from various departments at Petkim petrochemical holding (SOCAR’s Turkish asset) since July 27.

Moreover, former director general of Petkim petrochemical holding Sadeddin Korkut was detained over the complaint of the company’s high-ranking official who was dismissed earlier.

Sadeddin Korkut was dismissed from his post and Anar Mammadov, who is also head of SOCAR Greece (SOCAR’s Greek subsidiary), replaced him.

Earlier, some officials of SOCAR Turkey Energy (Turkish subsidiary of SOCAR) resigned.

Among those resigned are Omer Adsiz, director of public relations department at SOCAR Turkey, Ilgar Mehmetoglu, director of the company’s human resources department, Cetin Korkut, director of the company’s IT department, as well as Fuat Ulagay, director of human resources department at Star refinery.

Source: Trend News Agency