Seven security work force were killed after a surveillance plane smashed in Turkey’s Van region, as indicated by the Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu on Thursday.

Soylu, who has shown up at the mishap site told media that the plane smashed on Mount Artos at an elevation of around 2,200 meters on late Wednesday, the media report said.

Examination is in progress to decide the reason for the accident.

As indicated by reports, the two pilots reached the pinnacle once and for all at 10.32 p.m. on Wednesday and afterward lost correspondences with the radar around 15 minutes after the fact.

The distant Van area is situated between Lake Van and the Iranian fringe.

Toward the beginning of February, two successive torrential slides in the region’s rocky Bahcesaray zone that left at any rate 41 individuals dead.

In 2018, a Turkish fly with 11 individuals on board slammed in the rural region of Iran’s western city of Shehr-e Kord.

Turkish security powers host been battling Kurdistan Workers Get-together (PKK) activists in southeast Turkey in a contention which has slaughtered in excess of 40,000 individuals.

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