Turkish Amry put Hrur Village people in curfew to carry out its military operations against PKK

11/6/2021 17:42:00

Kurdistan Region - Duhok, on Thursday Turkish army suspended citizens from coming out in Hrur Village in Duhok province to carry out their operations inside the village against PKK. 


Ayad Hruri told PUKmedia: "Last night until this morning, there was a curfew for the people of the village in Hrur village so that the Turkish army could carry out ground operations."


He added the suspension has been halted and there has not been any confrontation between Turkish Army and Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) till now.


In noteworthy, Turkey has launched a continuous operation against PKK and bombarded villages in the area for 50 days now and because of the operations, several villages have been evacuated until now. 


PUKmedia / Anna Didar


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