Turkiga oo soo bandhigay caddayn cusub oo xoojinaysa sababta uu Sweden ugu diiddan yahay NATO + Sawirro

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(Ankara) 25 Maajo 2022 – Weerar ay ku qaadeen godad ay argagixisada PKK adeegsato ee woqooyiga Ciraaq, howlgalka lagu magacaabo Operation Claw-Lock, ayaa lagu soo helay hub iyo agab ay Sweden samayso oo la siiyey PKK, walow ay mas’uuliyiinta Sweden ay beeniyeen inay gacan siiyaan argagixisada, taasoo caqabad ku noqotay xubinnimada NATO ee dalkaasi.

Ciidamada ayaa howlgalo ka sameeyey godad dhowr ah oo ku yaalla degaankaasi, kaddib markii ay gaadmo ku dileen 5 askari oo ka tirsan ciidamada Turkiga ee dagaalka kula jira argagixisada, sida ay Turkigu sheegeen.

Waxay kooxdani haysteen hubka lidka taangi ee AT-4 ee ay dhistay shirkadda Saab Bofors Dynamics Ammunition ee Sweden kaasoo laga soo qabsaday intii lagu guda jirey weerarka, sida uu sheegay TRT Haber.

Ciidamada amaanka Turkiga ayaa sidoo kale helay hub, gaadiid, qalab iyo sidoo kale telefishinno, dayax gacmeedyo, kuleyliyeyaal, matoorro iyo agabyo gaar ah oo ku jirey godad ay argagixisadu adeegsanaysey.

AT-4 oo ah mid ka mid ah gantaalaha ugu fudud ee lagula dagaallamo taangiyada caalamka ayuu culeyskiisu dhan yahay 6.4kg (14.1 rodol) wuxuuna dhirirkiisu dhan yahay 102 sentimitir (40 inji).

Markii hore waxaa asal ahaan dhistay shirkad Swedish ah oo la yiraahdo Saab Bofors Dynamics, hubkan se waxaa farsamadiisa kasii qaatay oo maduufikeeyey milliteriga Maraykanka waxaana ay iyagu ula baxeen M136.

FG: Sawirrada hoose waxay iskugu jiraan kuwa ay Turkigu soo bandhigeen iyo qaar si guud u muujinaya gantaalka.

Arrintan ayaa ceebaynaysa RW Sweden iyo Wasiir Dibadeedka Sweden oo shalay iyo maanta iska daba hadlay iyagoo ku doodaya inaysan wax hub ah siinin kooxaha Kurdiga ah ee PKK iyo YPG.

Lance Cpl. Tyler Carroll fires an AT-4 during a live-fire movement course Jan. 18 at the Udairi Range Complex in Kuwait. Marines with Company C, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Camp Pendleton, Calif., are attending sustainment training as part of their current deployment to the Pacific and Arabian Gulf.
Photo by: Sgt. Bryson K. Jones
Photo ID: 2008119102026
Submitting Unit: 11th MEU
Photo Date:01/18/2008

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. James Culler, rifleman, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division engages targets with an M136E1 Anti Tank 4-Combined Space during a live fire exercise on Kilo Range 509 aboard Camp Devil Dog, N.C., Feb. 26, 2014. The unit, having recently returned from Afghanistan, used the exercise to maintain combat tactics for future deployments and operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Christopher Mendoza, 2nd MARDIV, Combat Camera/Released)

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