Today, Sunday, the Directorate of Combating Terrorism in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq announced that five members of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) were killed in a Turkish bombing of Nineveh Governorate.
The directorate stated in a statement that five members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) were killed in a bombing by a Turkish drone, near the entrance to al-Sham, west of Mosul, according to “Sputnik”.
The directorate indicated that its information indicates that the bombing targeted a car carrying five PKK militants, and that five gunmen were killed, including a woman.
On April 18, Turkey launched the “claw-lock” operation against the strongholds of the “PKK” in the areas (Matina, Zab and Afshin-Basian) in northern Iraq.
Last June 15, Turkey launched Operation Claw of the Tiger, against ISIS elements in the Heftanin area.
Invasion of Kurdistan!
Earlier, the Kurdish politician, “Mohammed Amin Benjoni,” accused Turkey of preparing to invade the Iraqi cities of Mosul and Kirkuk, during a comprehensive operation that is expected to begin in 2023.
Benjoni made it clear that the recent military operation launched by Turkey in northern Iraq is a preparation for the (potential) comprehensive operation announced by the Turkish President to invade Kurdistan.
Turkey has recently launched a military operation in northern Iraq under the pretext of fighting the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). The Iraqi government condemned that operation, stressing that it threatens the country’s security and politics.
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