HPG: 5 invaders killed; 2 positions destroyed in Metina

Guerrillas continue inflicting blows on the Turkish army in Kurdistan territory.

The People’s Defense Forces (HPG) Press Centre has announced that 5 invaders were killed and 2 military positions, 1 A4 gun, 1 grenade thrower and 1 surveillance camera were destroyed in an action carried out by guerrilla forces in Metina to commemorate the July 14 Great Prison Resistance.

The HPG Press Center shared the following details:

“As part of the Cenga Xabur Revolutionary Campaign, in the Metîna region:

On July 15, at 06:40, a coordinated action was carried out against the invaders on Koordîne Hill. The first group of fighters targeted a military position in which there were 3 invaders and 1 grenade thrower at close range. The targeted position and grenade thrower were destroyed, and 3 invaders were killed. The second group of fighters targeted another military position in which 2 invaders and A4 weapons were located. The targeted position was demolished together with the A4 weapon, and 2 invaders were killed. Moreover, the surveillance camera system on the hill was targeted and destroyed by our forces. 

5 invaders were killed, 2 positions, 1 A4 gun, 1 grenade thrower and 1 surveillance camera system were destroyed during the action, which was carried out by our guerrillas, who adopted the guerrilla tactics of the new era, in memory of “the July 14 Great Prison Resistance”.

In the Avaşîn region:

On July 14, between 19:00 and 21:00, the invading Turkish army attacked the battle tunnels in the Werxelê area of ​​Avaşîn by using poisonous gases.

On July 15, at 03:30, our forces intervened against the invaders who sought to attack the battle tunnels in the Werxelê area of ​​Avaşîn 15 with explosives. These explosives were defused by our forces.

On July 14, between 21:00 and 00:10, Turkish helicopters flew over the areas of Mervanos, Tabura Ereban, Mamreşo, Girê Sor and Girê Spi in the Avaşîn region, and Werxelê and Girê Sor areas were shelled by attack helicopters between 21:15 and 23:30”