PKK terrorists set a fire in a village in northern Iraq


The terrorists of the “PKK/YPG” organization set a fire in the countryside of Sardasht village, which belongs to the “Claw-Lock” operation area in northern Iraq.


According to Turkish security sources, the terrorist elements set fire to 3 different points in the village two days ago.

The sources added that the Turkish armed forces continue to work to put out the fires.

On April 18, Turkey launched the “claw-lock” operation against the strongholds of the “PKK” terrorist organization in the areas of Matina, Zab and Afshin-Basian in northern Iraq.


Turkey is carrying out operations to combat the “PKK”, which targets its forces and citizens, and is active in several countries in the region, including Syria, Iraq and Iran.