In his last book, author Aydogan Vatandas handled the background of the dark and secret ASALA acts. The book claims that there was a relation between the assassinations of Turkish diplomats Bora Suelkan, Ismail Erez and Galip Balkar.
According to the book, these assassinations were the outcomes of spying activities during the post Cold War period. Vatandas started his study from an official evaluation paper, which was discussed by military sources years before it turned into a book. He worked on it meticulously for ten years. The study will be the cover page of Aksiyon magazine.
The book reveals how Abdullah Catli and idealist groups were incorporated in the operations, as it highlights a new point about the assassination of Bora Suelkan who was the administrative civil servant in the Burgaz Embassy of Bulgaria. Vatandas divides attacks towards Turkish diplomats as "Asala acts and Acts Committed under ASALA's name" and he claims that Suelkan was killed because he looked like Mehmet Eymur."
Eymur was an intelligence officer in Burgaz at the time. His mission was to follow the Russian and Bulgarian activities in Bulgaria. In the book, He leaks into the mafia there.
After a while, he understands there is the Russian Intelligence Service (KGB) behind the pope's assassination. Eymur makes an interesting detection. Russians try to leak into Turkey and start a nationalist movement via the mafia. According to Eymur, Russians try to bring the idealists face to face with the security officials by making provocative actions. After Eymur conveyed his analyses to the National Intelligence Service (MIT) headquarters, trouble starts to develop and his neighbor Suelkan, who looked like him is killed. It claims that there is a link between Suelkan's assassination and that of Galip Balkar, Turkey's ambassador to Belgrade on 9 March 1983 by two terrorists.