Turkey sends 500 Syrian mercenaries to Libyan territory

A new batch of Syrian mercenaries, backed by Turkey, has arrived in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, in conjunction with continued clashes between the National Accord Government and the Libyan National Army.

Turkey sent a new batch of Turkish mercenaries, including 500 mercenaries, to participate in military operations alongside the Accord Government against the Libyan National Army.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the number of Syrian mercenaries who have arrived to Libyan territory so far is about 10,100 mercenaries, while the number of mercenaries who have arrived in Turkish camps to receive training has reached about 3,400 mercenaries.

The observatory confirmed that among the total number of recruits, there are about 200 children, between the ages of 16 and 18, the majority of whom are mercenaries of Sultan Murad.

Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory documented the killing of 7 mercenaries as a result of the battles taking place on several axes inside the Libyan territories, in addition to the families of a number of them in different locations there, coinciding with the continuing battles in Libya.



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