Tal Tamer power station goes out of service due to Turkish aggression


Hasaka, SANA- Tal tamer power station went out of service on Monday morning when the Turkish occupation forces target the 66 kV line feeding the station.

Director of Hasaka Electricity Company, Saleh Idris said that the Turkish occupation targeted with several shells high voltage 66 line that feed Tal Tamer power station at Um al-Keif town, causing electricity blackout in Tal Tamer and the surrounding residential areas.

He added that the company will repair the   malfunction of the 66 kV line to return to service as soon as possible.

Since the beginning of this week, villages of Tal Tamer countryside have been targeted repeatedly by the Turkish occupation forces, causing material damage to public and private property.

Rafah al-Allouni/ Shaza Qreima

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