Syria's Tal Tamer goes dark as Turkey shells power plant

TEHRAN, Jun. 04 (MNA) – Tal Tamer town and its villages in Hasakah countryside in Syria witnessed a power outage on Saturday as Turkish occupation shelled the 66 KV line that supply the station.

The Director-General of Electricity company in Hasakah, Anwar Akla said that  Turkish military forces fired artillery shells on Um al-Keif village, damaging the 66 KV line that supplies Tal Tamer station, leading to a complete blackout, SANA reported.

He added the company is set to send technical staff to repair the damage as soon as possible.

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