Four Turkish soldiers killed in northern Iraq
ISWNews Analysis Group: The Turkish Ministry of Defense announced that four other Turkish soldiers were killed during Operation Claw Lock in northern Iraq.
On June 12, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced that four Turkish soldiers, Omar Yildirim, Mehmet Ali Chap, Gokhan Demir and Fuat Ozer, were killed during Operation Claw Lock in northern Iraq. The four soldiers are said to have been injured in a bomb blast in northern Iraq, and were taken to medical facilities where they were killed due to the severity of their injuries.
Thus, the number of casualties of the Turkish army in Operation “Claw Lock”, which began in the morning of April 18 increased to 25 people.