The workshops of the General Electricity Company of Al-Hasakah completed the repair work of the 66 kV electric tension line feeding the Tel Tamer station, which went out of service yesterday, as a result of the attacks of the Turkish occupation.
In a statement to SANA’s reporter, the company’s general manager, Eng. Anwar Okla, confirmed that the Tel Tamer power station had been restored to service, after repairing the tension line feeding it, which was out of service due to damages resulting from the Turkish aggression on the area, and three vases on the line were repaired.
Al-Okla explained that the electricity will be restored to the villages and population centers, gradually, with electricity.
The tension line (66 kV) feeds the Tel Tamer station, which went out of service yesterday, as a result of the aggression of the Turkish occupation and its terrorist mercenaries on the population centers and villages of the Tel Tamer and Abu Rasin district, in the northwestern countryside of Hasaka.
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