Iraqi media reported on Thursday morning that the Turkish army had again bombed the northern part of the country.
"Saberin News" telegram channel wrote in a breaking news:
The Turkish occupiers heavily bombed the Zab area in northern Iraq with fighter jets and military helicopters.
The Turkish army launched a new operation in northern Iraq a few days ago, codenamed "Claw-Lock" to destroy the PKK terrorist group, using fighter jets, artillery and ground special forces. .
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that Turkish fighter jets have attacked northern Iraq under the pretext of fighting terrorist groups.
Our goal in Operation Claw Lock is to secure our country's borders, and we work closely with the Iraqi government in this operation.
However, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry called on Turkey to use all available resources to respond to the breach of its sovereignty, urging Turkey to withdraw its forces from the north.
According to Iraqi sources, the Turkish army has so far established 36 small and large military bases in northern Iraq under the pretext of fighting the PKK. An Iraqi military source told Radio Al-Hurra that some of the bases were set up at a depth of 80 and 40 kilometers in the province of Nineveh and north of Mosul.