A month has passed, and the Turkish occupation and its terrorist mercenaries continue their crime of cutting off the water of the Allouk station, the main source of drinking water for one million citizens in Al-Hasakah, while the emergency measures of government agencies and humanitarian organizations continue to secure temporary sources that quench the thirst of the people of Al-Hasakah city and its countryside.
With the increase in temperatures, the suffering of the people is taking an escalating trend, in light of the Turkish regime’s persistence in its crime of cutting water to the people of the city of Hasaka and dozens of villages and population centers in the countryside of the province.
In an interview with SANA’s correspondent in Al-Hasakah, young Basel said: Today marks the passing of a whole month since the Turkish occupier stopped pumping water from the station, and the daily concern of the people is still securing water from the tanks that the Water Foundation, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and other humanitarian organizations are working to fill with whatever water is available to them, adding “We are tired.. the suffering is exacerbating.. and the situation is unbearable in light of the rising temperatures,” he wondered.. “Has the international community and regional parties been unable to solve the problem of Allouk Station? Why is the world silent about the crimes committed against us…”.
For his part, Abdul Rahman Al-Ahmad says: This “catastrophic situation cannot continue and a solution must be found,” calling for “intensification of efforts to shed light on the crime of the Turkish occupation against one million citizens.. At the same time, it is necessary to control the work of private tanks and prevent price control.” and exploit the needs of the people.”
Al-Ahmad adds: The drinking water that is transported through tanks with government efforts and under the direct supervision of the Water Corporation “fills part of the need, and without it, the people would not be able to bear it.. but it is not sufficient because the need is great under these circumstances.. We demand to increase the number of tanks and fill them more than Once per day,” noting that all these measures “do not replace the Allouk station.”
Director of the Water Establishment, Mahmoud Al-Akla, indicated in a statement to SANA reporter that there are no signs of a solution until now, and “today, a whole month has passed since the crime of the Turkish occupier, who clings and insists on investing the station in his criminal projects in the region,” calling on all humanitarian and relief organizations and all parties “to find A solution to the problem of the Allouk station, and the removal of the occupier from it, and other than that, the solutions remain emergency and in the context of measures taken to confront urgent matters.”
Al-Okla added, "We are currently cooperating with all authorities, organizations and associations to secure and transport drinking water to the people, from the Nafasheh well station in the east of the city and from the Tel Brak station," noting that "the organizations' tanks are filled from private manholes under the supervision of the Foundation to ensure their suitability for drinking in parallel with the increase in The number of tanks in the city center on a regular basis according to capabilities, in cooperation and coordination with the Directorate of Social Affairs and NGOs.
It is noteworthy that the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries from terrorist organizations are repeating their crimes by attacking the power lines feeding the Allouk water station, and they have recently transferred most of the electric power allocated to feed the station to their locations and headquarters in the occupied city of Ras al-Ain. interruption and threatening the lives of more than a million citizens in the city of Al-Hasakah and its countryside.