The Syrian Human Rights’ Observatory reported on Saturday that at least 14 new bodies from the Syrian fighters sent by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Libya arrived in the areas under Turkish control in the countryside of Aleppo in northern Syria, while the mercenaries’lossescontinues due to the killing and wounding in the battles of Libya.
This brings the death toll among the Syrian factions that Turkey sent to fight in Libya, to 143 members belonging to the “Al-Mu’tasim Brigade, the Sultan Murad Brigade, the Northern Hawks Brigade, Al-Hamzat, and Suleiman Shah.”
The observatory confirmed that the dead had fallen during confrontations on the axes of Salah Al-Din neighborhood south of Tripoli, the Ramla axis near Tripoli airport, the axis of the Hadaba project, and the battles of Misrata and other areas in Libya.
According to the observatory, the new casualties come from the cities of Palmyra, Salqin, Albukamal and the Syrian Gate, which deepens the Turkish regime crisis, which is stuck in its military intervention in the Libyan war.
The observatory said Thursday that Turkey had reduced the Syrian fighters’salaries who were sent to fight in Libya after their number exceeded the limit set by Turkey, which is six thousand fighters.”
The observatory recently revealed that the number of Syrian armed factions who have arrived in the capital Tripoli has increased to about 4750 fighters, while the number of recruits in the Turkish training camps reached 1900.
The military reinforcements that Turkey sends to Libya reflect the extent of the unrest in the Libyan government of Al-Wefaq led by Fayez al-Sarraj, in front of the Libyan National Army’s progress and its control of strategic areas around the capital, Tripoli
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