Water supply to Hasaka city restored

Hasaka, SANA – The General Establishment of Drinking Water in Hasaka resumed supplying drinking water to Hasaka city after it had been cut off for several days by the Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries by preventing workers from entering Alouk water station.

Head of the Establishment Mohammad al-Ukla told SANA’s reporter that Alouk water station was activated on Monday evening, filling the reservoirs in Tal Tamr area, and after that the water was supplied to Hasaka city center on Tuesday morning, and the neighborhoods outside the city center will begin receiving water soon.

The Turkish occupation forces and their terrorist mercenaries repeatedly prevented the operation of Alouk water station, depriving the people of Hasaka and its western countryside from their main source of water.

Hazem Sabbagh

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