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Tal Tamer power station out of service due to Turkish occupation attacks

Hasaka, SANA- Tal Tamer electricity transmission station in Hasaka countryside went out of service again as a result of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries aggression on the villages of Tal Tamer, which led to a power outage in the district and its villages.

Director of Hasaka electricity company Eng. Anwar al-Ukla told SANA in a statement that the Station went out of service due to the Turkish occupation’s aggression on the village of Um al-Kaif in Tal Tamer norther countryside which led to the damage of the 66 kV line feeding Tal Tamer station.

Eng. al-Ukla added that the workshops affiliated to the company are working on repairing the malfunction as soon as possible.

It worth to note that the area was subjected to repeated aggression by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries aiming to decommission the station and deprive dozens of villages from electricity in Tal Tamer and Ras al-Ain area.

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