The PYD administration cuts off subsidized diesel from hundreds of vital facilities in Hasaka

The PYD administration cuts off subsidized diesel from hundreds of vital facilities in Hasaka

Jun 23 2024

ARK News… Local sources revealed that the PYD administration cut off subsidized diesel from many vital facilities in Hasaka city in Syrian Kurdistan.

Local sources told ARK News that the PYD administration, on Saturday, June 22, 2024, cut off the subsidized diesel sold for (2,350) Syrian pounds from “cafes, restaurants, swimming pools, storage refrigerators, and block factories” in Hasaka city in Syrian Kurdistan.

According to local sources, the number of establishments from which the subsidized diesel was cut off is about 670 licensed establishments, under the pretext that there are priorities for which the subsidized diesel must be provided first.

The city of Hasaka in Syrian Kurdistan suffers from a lack of basic life services (water and electricity), which has burdened the citizens of the city, and the PYD administration has not sought to find any solution to the crises for years.

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