Conflict between Turkish and Kurdish forces in Iraq and Syria has decreased: institute
According to a report of the Institute for Information Gathering in Wartime, the amount of military conflict between Turkish army forces and the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) forces in Iraq and the Syrian Democratic Forces in Syria has decreased significantly.

The institute, which investigates the situation of war zones in the Middle East, announced in its report this week that the intensity of the conflict between Turkish forces and the PKK forces in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and the Syrian Democratic Forces has significantly decreased. According to the report of this institute, Turkish attacks on the forces of the People's Defense Units and the Syrian Democratic Forces in Raqqa, Hasaka and Aleppo have decreased for the third week in a row.
However, in the mentioned report, it is pointed out that the internal conflict between different factions of rebels affiliated to Turkey in Afrin, Azaz and al-Bab has intensified.
This institute claimed that the intensity of the conflict between the Turkish forces and the PKK forces in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq has reached the lowest level since the beginning of the so-called Operation Claw Lock last April, but the amount of Turkish artillery bombings in northern Iraq has increased.
The Institute for Information Gathering in Wartime claimed that PKK forces have killed 29 Turkish soldiers in an attack on a base of Turkish forces in Al-Amadiya region of Dohuk province on June 20. This institute announced the death toll of PKK forces in Turkey last week as 4 people, one of whom was a senior commander of this group.
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