Military shipment sent to Turkish-Iraqi border

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Following the operations Turkish army carried out at the border of Şırnak’s Uludere district and Media Defense Areas for ten days as of 15 February, the military activity in the border area has once again intensified since early Thursday morning.

According to the information obtained from local sources, a group of villagers involved in border trade were stopped by soldiers early this morning and kept waiting somewhere near the boundary stone no 15 when sound of two explosions were heard from the area.

An armored vehicle has reportedly been destroyed in the area of the explosion which reports say has left casualties.

Soldiers in large numbers have been dispatched to the region.

Reports also say clashes broke out between HPG (People’s Defense Forces) guerrillas and soldiers that have reportedly launched howitzer and mortar attacks targeting the Karaçalı Hill from the Beyaztepe military base.

On the other hand, there is also an intense aerial military activity in the border area between Hakkari’s Şemdinli district and the Federal Kurdistan Region since early morning. Warplanes taking off from Yüksekova region have been seen heading towards the Arê, Kanî Reş air space in the region of Avaşin, Basyan, Çarçelan, Baklaya and Xakurk in Federal Kurdistan Region.

Military logistic materials have also been sent to the guard posts and bases in the town of Derecik (Robarûk) of Şemdinli district.

ANF





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