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HAKKARİ (DİHA) - Despite the municipality’s warning, official institutions throw garbage to the Zap River, seven kilometres away from the Hakkari-Çukurca Highway. Mayor Fadıl Bedirhanoğlu notes that some are being deliberately hostile to Zap River in order to distort Hakkari’s and the municipality’s image.
Hakkari Municipality has begun to clean the garbage that have been thrown by government institutions over the winter. “Almost every year we encounter the same picture. There is a garbage collecting place about 100 metres away from the river. Yet the trucks throw the garbage to the river,” says Bedirhanoğlu, noting a connection between the hostility to the nature and hostility to Hakkari and its municipality.