Three members of the Turkish occupation forces were killed in a guerrilla action in the Zap region in southern Kurdistan. According to the statement by the press center of the People's Defense Forces (HPG), a guerrilla unit "effectively struck" an enemy position in the Cîlo yê Bîçuk area at 2:30 p.m. on June 1: "Three occupiers were punished and the position was completely destroyed." After the action, a surveillance camera installed by the Turkish army was destroyed.
HPG also reported that on Tuesday, the regions of Avaşîn and Metîna were bombed by the Turkish Air Force. At the same time, soldiers were exchanged in the area of operation.
As for the details, the HPG reported that the Girê Sor and Stunê areas in Avaşîn were bombed by fighter jets. In the areas of Şehîd Dilgêş, Şehîd Munzur and Mamreşo, troops were replaced by helicopters. In Metîna, the Koordine area was bombed by helicopters. This caused a fire in the area.
There have been no guerrilla casualties as a result of the airstrikes, said HPG but pointed out that the incessant bombardment is causing forest fires and that there are still fires in many places.