The Turkish army prevents water workshops from operating Uluk water station although they entered in coordination with the Russians
The sources said that the workshops had entered the station to operate it after the Turkish army and its loyal factions stopped it and cut water supply from Hasaka although the workshops entered after coordination between Turkey and Russia over the matter.
The sources added that after the workshops entered the station, they were not allowed to operate it. Members of the Turkish army asked them to leave without even checking the station for repairs.
This incident is new evidence that Turkey deliberately wants to harm Syrian institutions and cut water from civilian areas within measures considered by the international law as crimes against civilians. Because Uluk water station has been out of service for 3 days because of the Turkish army, Hasaka and its suburbs along with Tel Tamr and its countryside are deprived of potable water.