Suffering of Hasaka citizens continue as Turkish occupier still cut off water

Hasaka, SANA- Suffering of Hasaka citizens has entered its 37th day as the Turkish occupation and its terrorist mercenaries still cutting off drinking water which deprives about one million citizen from the only water source.

General Director of Water Establishment in Hasaka , Mahmoud al-Oukla, said in a statement to SANA reporter that the Turkish occupier has until today stopped the operation of Allouk water station and prevented workers from entering the site in light of the detorioration of the water security crisis for the people of Hasaka city and the western countryside, and the increasing need for water as a result of the summer high temperatures.

Al-Oukla pointed out that efforts to ease the effects of the crime of cutting water are continuing by government service agencies, humanitarian and civil organizations which work to increase the number of water tanks scattered in the streets and parks and to put them in areas where they are not present, in addition to ensuring that they are filled with drinking water more than once during the day, in order to meet the needs of the people of water.

Nisreen Othman / Mazen Eyon

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