HPG hit the Turkish army in Hakkari, Amed and Şırnak
Guerrillas continue with their actions against the Turkish occupant army in Kurdistan.
The Press Office of People’s Defense Forces (HPG) released a statement announcing the details of the recent actions carried out by guerrillas against the Turkish army in Kurdistan territory.
According to the statement, guerrillas hit the Turkish army in Hakkari, Amed and Şırnak.
The statement includes the following;
“As part of the Martyr Bager and Martyr Ronya Revolutionary Campaign, our forces targeted Turkish military forces stationed on Hill Koordine in Hakkari’s Çukurca (Çele) district on October 18. While the positions and shelters of the Turkish units were struck effectively, the number of soldiers killed or wounded here couldn’t be clarified.
On October 17, guerrillas hit the Turkish soldiers maintaining security at the Farqin Dam in Amed’s Silvan district. The number of soldiers killed or wounded here couldn’t be clarified.
On October 18, guerillas targeted the Berik outpost in Amed’s Dicle (Piran) district. While the positions and shelters in the outpost were struck effectively, the number of soldiers killed or wounded here couldn’t be clarified.
HPG reported clashes between guerrillas and Turkish forces in İkizce village of Şırnak in the evening of October 17. Two Turkish soldiers were killed in the fighting and another three wounded, while a guerrilla fighter fell a martyr. Turkish forces retreated from the area at noon on October 18.