HAKKARI - It has been stated that the TAF sent 127 rangers back to the Amediye and Deraluk region, since no progress was made in the attack.
The attacks launched by Turkey against Zap, Avaşîn and Metina with the support of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) continue. Helicopter and military activity continues in Yüksekova district of Hakkari on the border line. Helicopters that take off one after another deliver supplies and military shipments to the areas where the operation is carried out.
NO PROGRESS IN THE OPERATION
It was stated that 127 rangers, who were taken from Hakkari, Yüksekova, Şemdinli, Çukurca, Derecik districts and Siirt to Zap on June 3, and from there to Amediye and Dêraluk regions, were sent back again because they could not make any progress in the operation. Noting that no progress was made in the operation, the rangers noted that there were many wounded soldiers in the region.
THE FIELD HOSPITALS ARE FULL WITH WOUNDED SOLDIERS
The rangers said the following: “We have been there for days. There was a lot of food and water problem. Vital materials due to intense conflicts were not reaching us. The soldiers were frustrated due to the lack of progress and the lack of vital products. There are many wounded soldiers and the wounded soldiers are being sent to military bases and field hospitals in the region. Hospitals are almost full.”