Shafaq News / Turkish warplanes struck a location affiliated with the Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) in the Mawat district of ql-Sulaymaniyah province, as confirmed by a security source on Tuesday evening.
The strike was carried out by Turkish military aircraft, targeting an area known as Basqi Qouli, the commissioner of the district told Shafaq News Agency.
He added that the attack, occurring at precisely 8 PM local time, resulted in material damage with no reported human casualties, according to Hassan. He further emphasized that all recent attacks in the region have been traced back to Turkish aircraft, marking an alarming pattern of aggression in the area.
Simultaneously, a local source informed Shafaq News Agency's correspondent that areas in the Qandil Mountains were subjected to aerial bombardment by Turkish warplanes. The extent of the damages inflicted in these areas remains unconfirmed as of now.
This incident follows closely on the heels of a recent statement from the Turkish Ministry of Defense, detailing a vigorous aerial operation targeting PKK positions within the Kurdistan region.