World Bulletin / News Desk
Chief of General Staff Gen. Necdet Özel, accompanied by Naval Forces Commander Adm. Murat Bilgel, visited the Gölcük district of the province of Kocaeli on Tuesday to inspect military units under the Naval Forces Command, the military said on its website.
Last week, Özel visited Şanlıurfa to inspect the region after a mortar shell from Syria struck the province last week, killing five civilians. Prior to the visit to Şanlıurfa, Özel, accompanied by Land Forces Commander Gen. Hayri Kıvrıkoğlu and Lt. Gen. Galip Mendi, also visited Turkey's border province of Hatay and the southern province of Kilis to inspect military units.
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