ANKARA, -- Six people were injured on Friday in an terror attack in the Turkey's eastern province of Van, local Dogan News Agency reported.
An explosion detonated by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militants hit the Ozalp district of the eastern province of Van during the passing of a military vehicle.
Five soldiers and one civilian, who was driving near the scene, were wounded in the attack.
According to the reports, the wounded were transferred to the hospitals in the province , and two soldiers of them were in critical condition.
Turkish security forces launched an operation to apprehend the PKK militants responsible for the attack.
The PKK was listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey,the U.S. and the EU,who resumed its 30-year armed campaign against the Turkish state in July 2015.
Source: Name News Network