Electricity station in Khabur in North and East Syria out of service by Turkish shelling

TEL TAMR, Syria — Local sources reported that the power station in Timar (Umm al-Keif) in the northern countryside of Khabur River Valley town of Tel Tamr, North and East Syria, was knocked out of service again as a result of a Turkish artillery bombardment targeting civilian infrastructure of the villages of Syriac–Assyrian people in Tel Tamer.

The sources confirmed that one of the lines feeding the station was damaged.

Repair crews of the General Electricity Directorate will repair the damage as soon as possible, they said.

The power station in Timar feeding the predominantly Syriac–Assyrian Khabur has been repeatedly targeted by Turkish and Turkish-backed Syrian National Army (SNA) artillery.

The Khabur area is located along the line of contact between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Syriac Military Council (MFS), and Tel Tamr Military Council (TTMC) and the Turkish Army and the SNA.