Libyan National Army: Ankara continues to send Syrian mercenaries to Libya on a daily basis

Laila Muhammed –

The Director of Moral Guidance Department in the Libyan National Army, “Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub,” in press statements, said that the Turkish state continues to violate international decisions to ban the export of weapons to Libya, and continues to send Syrian mercenaries loyal to Ankara on a daily basis, during civil and air flights.

In this regard, the site “Flight Radar”, which specializes in monitoring the movement of aircraft around the world, said that two “Lockheed C130E” planes were detected during their transfer from Istanbul to Misurata.

According to the same site, a Turkish Air Force plane left Istanbul airport for Libya.

In the same context, it was reported that two planes from Turkey carrying Syrian mercenaries landed in Misurata, northwest of Libya.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the number of Syrian mercenaries sent by the Turkish state to Libya has exceeded 10,000, including terrorist leaders.

Major General Ahmed Al-Mesmari, a spokesman for the Libyan army, said earlier that the armed forces units in the Tripoli hubs had arrested one element of ISIS, Muhammad al-Ruwaidani.

Al-Mismari continued, that al-Ruwaidani, nicknamed “Abu Bakr”, is one of the most dangerous elements of ISIS in Syria, and he moved to Libya under the auspices of Turkish intelligence as the prince of what is known as the Legion of the Levant.

Translation: Selava Omar

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