Authorities rebuild infrastructure damaged in PKK conflict
MARDİN - Anadolu Agency
Turkish authorities are rebuilding infrastructure damaged by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants in the southeastern Mardin province.
The repair work in the Nusaybin district has been undertaken by the municipality, the Environment and Urbanization Ministry, and other related institutions.
A total of 4,657 houses are being built for citizens whose houses were destroyed in terror attacks. Eighty-five percent of the project has been completed.
Construction of the houses will end in August. The housing project will include workplaces, schools, mosques, recreational facilities, parks and playgrounds for children.
The Nusaybin Municipality is running projects on infrastructure, drinking water, roads, environment, green spaces, parks, social life and cultural events to improve the quality of life for residents.
The Directorate General of Foundations has also restored the Zeynel Abidin Mosque Complex, and the repairs on the Selman-i Pak Mosque and Tomb and the Haji Haldo Mosque are ongoing.