World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish General Staff declared on Friday that there would be 15 temporary restricted areas in the east and south-east of Turkey.
Turkish General Staff published on its web-site that between October 7, 2012 and January 7, 2013 in the east and south-east of Turkey several areas were announced as temporary restricted areas.
Those temporary restricted areas are as follows:
"Kupeli Mountain, Cudi Mountain, Yazlica Mountain and its south, Mehmet Yusuf and Meydan Mountains, Incebel Mountain, Altin Mountain, Caglayan/Pirinceken, Buzul Mountain, Rejgar/Alanduz Mountain, Ikiyaka Mountains, Balkaya Mountain, Karadag/Gediktepe/Cimendagi Mountains, Yazlica Mountain and its north, Kursunlu-Goruse Mountain, Dicle and Yassidag Mountains.
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