Official sources say the drone targeted a vehicle carrying PKK militants next to the Iranian border and left two more wounded.
A drone strike allegedly carried out by Turkey killed at least two people and left others wounded in northern Iraq’s Kurdistan region, AFP reported on Sunday citing officials.
The drone targeted late Saturday a vehicle transporting Turkish Kurdish fighters of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) near the border with Iran.
Governor of Al-Sulaimaniyah region Haval Abu Baker discussed the issue with the Iraqi Kurdistan region’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani and expressed his concerns about the repeated attacks.
“According to preliminary elements of the investigation, two people were killed and two others injured by these attacks,” Abu Baker said in a statement without adding details.
The Governor expressed “hope that these attacks will stop, to preserve the security of the region,” according to his statement.