AA warns from humanitarian disaster… Turkey prevents to fix Alouk station

The Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria warned of the danger of the practices of the Turkish occupation state, which prevents the access of the maintenance team to Alouk station for maintenance, and said that this will worsen the humanitarian situation as a result of water cuts in the city of al-Hasakah, which received large numbers of displaced people as a result of the Turkish invasion.

OCHA issued a written statement to which our agency ANHA obtained a copy, stressing that Turkey has taken the Alouk water station as a military base and prevents the technical cadres from maintaining it, which opens the door to a humanitarian disaster.

"Turkey is seeking to prevent the completion of maintenance work at the Alouk drinking water plant east of Ras al-Ain, which feeds the city of al-Hasakah and its suburbs with its daily need for drinking water," said Abdul Kader al-Muwahed, the co-chair of the Office of Humanitarian Affairs in the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria.

"The United Nations has informed the Office of Humanitarian Affairs in the autonomous administration that Turkey is constantly pushing for the withdrawal of the maintenance team from the station site on the pretext that the area is military and there are risks to them, in what appears to be a clear attempt by the Turkish occupation to deprive more than 500 thousand inhabitants of the city of al-Hasakah, who have been suffering since the second day of the Turkish attack on Ras al-Ain area, the drinking water was almost completely cut off by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries. "

The co-chair of the Office of Humanitarian Affairs warned of the seriousness of this step sought by Turkey, stressing that it "will worsen the humanitarian situation in the city of al-Hasakah, which receives a large number of internally displaced people who have been displaced there from Ras al-Ain and the surrounding countryside as a result of the Turkish attack and its mercenaries in the region, in addition to the difficult humanitarian situation of these displaced people because of the failure of humanitarian organizations to fulfill their humanitarian duty towards them. "

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ANHA


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