المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkish forces deactivate Allouk station re-interrupting water in Al-Hasakah city and surrounding areas

Reliable sources have informed SOHR that Turkish forces de-activated Allouk water station which provides Al-Hasakah city and other surrounding areas in its countryside with drinking water, cutting off water in the area once again three days after being re-pumped to the area.

On March 26, SOHR sources reported that drinking water was re-pumped today from “Allouk” station in rural Ras al-Ain, five days after being cut off.

On March 22, SOHR sources confirmed that Turkish forces, stationed in Allouk water purification station in Ras Al-Ain countryside (Sere Kaniye), cut off again drinking water which supplies Al-Hasakah city and surrounding areas in countryside, a few days after being re-pumped.

On March 6, SOHR sources reported that drinking water was re-pumped again, supplying Al-Hasakah city and areas in its countryside, 12 days after being cut off by Turkish forces stationed in Allouk water purification station in Ras Al-Ain (Sere Kaniye).

This development came after the “Autonomous Administration” approved to provide Al-Mabroukah power plant, which supplies the areas of Tal Abyad in the north of Al-Raqqah and Ras Al-Ain in the north of Al-Hasakah, with larger amount of electricity.

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