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Thanks to Erdogan, “One Thousand Syrian fighters arrived in Italy from Libya”

Thanks to Erdogan, “One Thousand Syrian fighters arrived in Italy from Libya”

A thousand jihad mercenaries and cutthroats, previously transferred from the Turks to Libya to support the militias of Fayez al-Serraj would have infiltrated Europe and especially in Italy, sailing from the ports of Tripoli, Sabratha and Zuwara, all areas controlled by the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA). Major-General Ahmed al-Mismari, spokesman for the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by General Khalifa Haftar, said.

According to Libyan observers, Erdogan have the capability to not only allow Syrians and other refugees to leave for the European coast by boat but they control the main levers so they can speed up any transfer, working close with the criminal gangs of the Government he supports.

According to al-Mismari, 483 Syrians fled to the Italian coasts only on Tuesday, adding that the illegal immigrants would even use the boats supplied by the EU to the GNA to control the coasts.

Europe thus risks finding hundreds of cutthroats with experience on the battlefield on its own territory, ferried with those same boats supplied by Brussels to the executive of al-Serraj.Finally, the LNA spokesman pointed the finger at Turkey, accusing it of having all the interest in carrying out and spreading the crisis in the area.

The presence of mercenaries and jihadists transferred by air from the Turkish MIT to the Tripoli and Misrata area has already been widely documented and should not be surprising. Indeed, Erdogan has every interest in destabilizing Libya to get his hands on the country’s energy industry, as he is already doing. It is not a coincidence that the GNA has now gone from an UN-supported executive to a puppet regime of Ankara and in the hands of militants, extremists and traffickers.

After Syria and Libya, Turkey is reported to have mobilized Syrian mercenaries to move on Yemen, in an effort to reform the Brotherhood. According to the director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, there is information about the transfer by Turkish forces of a group of Syrian militants from Afrin, northern Syria, to Qatar via Turkey, in exchange for thousands of dollars in preparation for their transfer to Yemen.

As for now, there is no evidence yet as to whether these mercenaries will remain in Qatar just for training or whether they will then proceed to Yemen to join the battle against the international recognized Government.

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