BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 P.M.) – The power plant in the Tal Tamr area of Al-Hasakah went out of service on Monday evening after it had its power lines targeted by Turkish-backed militants.

The Director-General of the Al-Hasakah Electricity Company, Anwar Okla, said in a statement to SANA on Tueday that the Turkish aggression targeted the power line which feeds the plant in the area of Um al-Kaif in Tal Tamir as the plant went out of service and the locals have been deprived of electricity.

Okla indicated that maintenance workshops will work on repairing the electrical network in order to put the plant into service as soon as possible.

It is noteworthy, that it is the fourth time the plant has gone out of service in the last month after being targeted by the Turkish occupation forces with the aim of depriving the locals of the infrastructure services.

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Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-03-17 23:12

And such acts are war crimes!
Moreover, there is really no tactical or strategic point at depriving populations from electricity and infrastructure services : the militaries having their own generators are not affected and it only provokes contempt from the population against those who disrupted the services, in other terms, it’s absolutely counter productive…
But what else to wait from violent religious fanatics?

Edison
Edison
2020-03-18 09:14
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Keep on mind that the Turkish-backed militants are terrorists.

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gustavo
2020-03-18 00:51

Isn’t it clear yet ? As far as terrorists be in Syria, this type of event will happen over and over again since Israel-USA-NATO will not allow Syria to recover again by using their terrorists to do what they are paid for.