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May 13 2020

Turkish occupation reduces amount of water supplying Hasaka and its countryside

Related Articles Hasaka, SANA- Turkish occupation forces and its terrorist mercenaries in Ras al-Ayn countryside reduced amount of water coming from Alouk water station which supplies Hasaka city and its western countryside by half . Speaking to SANA reporter, Director General of the Water Establishment in Hasaka Mahmoud al-Akla said that Turkish occupation forces prevented workers to enter the Alouk station and operate wells and pumps. The Turkish occupation operated the half number of the wells at the station and reduced the amount of the water in which half of the water was pumped amid temperatures are rising as summer …

May 7 2020

Turkish occupation and its mercenaries once again cut off drinking water from Hasaka city and its countryside

Related Articles Hasaka, SANA- Turkish occupation forces and their terrorist mercenaries on Thursday once again cut off drinking water from Hasaka city and residential neighborhoods in the western countryside of Hasaka. SANA reporter said that Turkish regime and its terrorist mercenaries once again cut off drinking water supply to hundreds of thousands of citizens in Hasaka city and residential neighborhoods in the western countryside of Hasaka through stopping pumping water from Alouk water station. Speaking to SANA reporter, Director General of the Water Establishment in Hasaka Mahmoud al-Akla said that Turkish occupation and its mercenaries cut off drinking water and …

Mar 31 2020

Water supply to Hasaka city restored

Related Articles Hasaka, SANA – The General Establishment of Drinking Water in Hasaka resumed supplying drinking water to Hasaka city after it had been cut off for several days by the Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries by preventing workers from entering Alouk water station. Head of the Establishment Mohammad al-Ukla told SANA’s reporter that Alouk water station was activated on Monday evening, filling the reservoirs in Tal Tamr area, and after that the water was supplied to Hasaka city center on Tuesday morning, and the neighborhoods outside the city center will begin receiving water soon. The Turkish occupation forces …

Mar 24 2020

Turkish occupation and its mercenaries still depriving Hasaka of drinking water, UNICEF warns against ramifications

Related Articles Damascus/Hasaka, SANA – The Turkish occupation forces and their terrorist mercenaries continued cutting off water from Hasaka city and its population centers for the third day in a row. In a statement to SANA’s reporter on Tuesday, Director of Hasaka Water Department Mahmoud al-Ukla said the Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries are still cutting off drinking water from Hasaka, putting the lives of around 600,000 people at risk. He said that the occupation and its mercenaries prevented work teams from resuming operations in Alouk water station, and that emergency measures are being pursued t provide water to …

Mar 7 2020

Drinking water provided to entirety of Hasaka city and its suburbs

Related Articles Hasaka, SANA – The Water Company in Hasaka city resumed providing drinking water to the citizens in the city and its surroundings after an outage that had lasted 11 days due to the actions of the Turkish regime forces and their terrorist mercenaries who had cut off the water by seizing Alouk water station and preventing workers from entering it. Director General of the company Mahmoud al-Ukla said in a statement to SANA reporter that after the workers had managed to enter Alouk station and operate it on Thursday, they began pumping drinking water on Friday morning and …

Feb 26 2020

For the 3rd day, Turkish occupation mercenaries cut off drinking water from Hasaka city

Related Articles Hasaka, SANA- For the 3rd consecutive days, mercenaries of the Turkish occupation continue to cut off drinking water in Hasaka city, Tel Tamer and the surroundings of residential neighborhoods after they stopped pumping water from Alouk water station and expelled workers from it. Speaking to SANA’s reporter, Director General of the Water Establishment in Hasaka Mahmoud al-Akla said that the directorate is currently providing drinking water to the neighborhoods from Nafashah and Tel Barak wells. He pointed out that diligent efforts are being exerted to resume pumping water from Alouk water station as fast as possible. Al-Akla indicated …