ŞIRNAK- While the deforestration started on July 25 in the Hesana village of Silopi continues, the empty lands were filled with tons of wood.
The deforestation that started on July 25 under the supervision of soldiers in the Hesana village, Slopi district in Şırnak, continues. The Hesana village, on the side of Mount Cudi, was evacuated on the 90s for "security" reasons. Assyrians livig here had to migrate to different European states. The Assyrians who returned to their villages, established a new life for themselves.
THE MILITARY TOWER
While the enterances and exits were constantly controlled due to the police station established at the entrance of the village, new towers were started to be built for soldiers and rangers at higher regions.
The tender for cutting the forest in Hesana, located at the foot of Mount Cudi, was got by a person named Şehmus Babat.
EMPTY AREAS WERE FILLED IN ONE WEEK
The trees cut in high, rocky and mountainous areas are loaded on tractors and collected in the empty lands at the bottom of the police station at the entrance of the village. The woods collected is loaded on trucks by the workers and taken to Urfa, Antep and Maraş. In the new images, it was seen that tons of trees were gathered in the empty areas in the past days, and the loading work on the trucks is done by rangers and workers.