The Turkish military base, Zelikan, located in Bashiqa, in Ninewa province, northern Iraq, was targeted by a rocket attack on Friday night.

Iran PressMiddle East: Bashiqa is one of the areas in northern Iraq where Turkish occupation forces have been present in recent years.

The Iraqi Sabreen news channel announced on Friday night that at least 14 Grad rockets were fired at the Zelikan base.

No report has been published yet about the possible damage and casualties of this rocket attack.

This rocket attack took place an hour after the attack of Turkish fighters on northern Iraq.

An hour ago, news sources announced that Turkish fighter jets bombed areas in "Al-Amadiyeh" in Dohuk province, northern Iraq.

In recent years, Turkey has repeatedly invaded Iraq under the pretext of suppressing elements of the Turkish Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

These aggressions have faced a strong reaction from the government of Iraq and other countries of the world.

At least 9 civilians were killed and 31 others were injured in the Turkish army's artillery attack on a tourist center in Dohuk province on Wednesday.

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi condemned this attack and emphasized that this country reserves its full right to respond to Turkish aggression.

Iraqi authorities have repeatedly asked Turkey to end its occupation of northern Iraq and withdraw its forces.

The Office of the President of Iraq has recently condemned Turkey's aggression in northern Iraq and stated that the repeated attacks of the Turkish army on Iraqi territory are a serious violation of Baghdad's sovereignty and a clear violation of international laws and regulations and contrary to good neighborly relations. 219

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