HPG: 3 military positions destroyed, 5 soldiers killed in Barzan
HPG Press Center announced that guerrillas destroyed 3 Turkish military positions in Barzan, within the borders of Southern Kurdistan, and killed 5 soldiers.
HPG Press Center published information on the actions carried out against the Turkish army on April 25 in Barzan, Hakkari’s Yüksekova district and Şırnak’s Silopi district. 3 military positions were destroyed in Barzan and 5 soldiers were killed. In Yüksekova, soldiers on a hill were targeted and 2 soldiers were killed. In Silopi, an outpost was targeted and one soldier was killed.
3 POSITIONS DESTROYED, 5 SOLDIERS KILLED IN BARZAN
HPG Press Center statement’s details are as follows:
“On April 25 at 10.40, our forces carried out an action against the invading Turkish army positioned on the Tepê Xwedê area in the Barzan region within the borders of Southern Kurdistan. The enemy positions on the hill were targeted with intense fire and 3 positions and 1 A4 weapon was destroyed. 5 soldiers were killed as far as could be ascertained.
TWO SOLDIERS KILLED IN YÜKSEKOVA
On April 25 at 09.40, our forces carried out an action against the enemy soldiers on the Martyr Rahime hill in Hakkari’s Gever (Yüksekova) district. The enemy unit was hit effectively in this action where 2 soldiers were killed.
GUERILLA ACTION AGAINST THE OUTPOST IN SILOPI
On April 25 at 08.30, our forces carried out an action against the Kiryareş Outpost in Şırnak’s Silopi district. The vehicles and containers in the outpost were targeted in the action where 2 military dispatch vehicles and 1 container were damaged. 1 enemy soldier was killed. Invasion forces bombed the region with Howitzers and mortars after the action.
AERIAL STRIKE ON QANDIL, AVAŞİN AND XAKURKÊ
HPG Press Center also announced that on the same day, Turkish fighter jets bombed the Qandil, Avaşin and Xakurkê regions:
“On April 25, fighter jets of the invading Turkish army carried out airstrikes against Medya Defense Zones. The jets bombed the Zergelê and Bedirxan regions and the surroundings of the Bêpalan village in Qandil between 12.00 and 13.00, the Adilbeg area in the Avaşin region at 12.30 and the Kaniqirêj area in the Xakurke region at 13.00.”