An Armenian church in northern Syria, which was formerly used as a headquarters by YPG/PKK terror group, opened to worship on Sunday.

Turkey repaired the church in Tal Abyad district, the country’s Defense Ministry announced Saturday in a statement.

“While maintenance and renewal are being undertaken in all fields to meet the needs of the locals, the Armenian Church in Tel Abyad which the PKK/YPG extensively damaged after using it as a military HQ is being reconditioned from top to bottom,” said the statement.

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