BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:45 P.M.) – Since late Wednesday, the Iranian forces launched heavy attacks accompanied by shelling that targeted the positions of an enemy party in the Iraqi border areas.

A member of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), Kawa Sheikh Mouss, in a special statement to a Sputnik Arabic correspondent in Iraq, revealed on Thursday, June 25, an Iranian move in the border areas with the Iraqi state, and clashes with the Iranian Democratic Party (PJAK).

Sheikh Mouss explained that the Iranian forces carried out combing operations at the borders, and there were skirmishes and armed clashes between them and the elements of the PJAK, who were present in Iranian territory.

Sheikh Mouss confirmed that the Iranian forces bombed several sites of the Iranian Kurdish Democratic Party, in some areas where they are, denying the occurrence of clashes between the Iranian army and PKK elements.

At the same time, the Turkish Army has continued their attacks against the PKK forces in northern Iraq, which is an affiliate of the PJAK.

Both Iran and Turkey have been involved in heavy clashes with these groups for over a week, as they seek to eliminate the PKK/PJAK presence from their border regions.

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