Iraq: shooters detonate 7 electricity pylons in Kirku …
(MENAFN) Iraq’s electricity ministry said in a report that on Tuesday, August 10, unidentified snipers bombed seven electricity transmission towers in Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk.
The report noted that the assault occurred near the city of al-Riyadh south of the namesake provincial capital Kirkuk, which itself lies about 250 km north of the capital, and damaged the towers that connect Kirkuk to Baiji in the border region of Salahudin. Province.
The report said: “Up to 27 electricity transmission towers were sabotaged in the provinces of Nineveh, Kirkuk and Salahudin in a week,” adding that technical groups joined by Iraqi security forces rushed to the area. site to repair towers.
In recent days, numerous electricity transmission towers have been damaged in the provinces of Salahudin, Kirkuk, Nineveh and in the areas of al-Nebai and Tarmiyah north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, causing erasing towers and power outages in huge areas.
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