Restriction and power cut in villages of Heftanin
Parallel to the Turkish occupation operation in Heftanin in Southern Kurdistan, power cuts and arbitrary restrictions of movement are increasingly frequent in the villages of the region, making it almost impossible to supply food.
Parallel to the Turkish occupation operation in Heftanin in the Kurdish autonomous region in northern Iraq (southern Kurdistan), the villages in the mountainous region are experiencing increasingly frequent, long-lasting power cuts and temporarily imposed exit restrictions for the resident civilian population. This makes the supply of food almost impossible.
The affected villagers regard these measures as cooperation with the Turkish occupying forces, which are now attacking Iraqi territory for the thirteenth day in a row with the de facto approval of the international community. The guerrillas remain the only force actively resisting the Turkish invasion in Heftanin. It is not known how many people are currently trapped in the villages there.