Lindsey Snell: Ceasefire led Turkey’s mercenaries to become drug traffickers in Libya

The American journalist specializing in terrorist groups, Lindsey Snell, said that the Syrian mercenaries brought by Turkey to Libya became professional in the drug trade and smuggling.

Lindsey Snell added on Twitter that the Syrian mercenaries, estimated at 10.000 fighters, who had not fought for more than a year after the signing of the ceasefire agreement between the two sides of the conflict in Libya; have a major  occupation now and it is: drug trafficking.

It is noteworthy that the Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar refused to consider the Syrian mercenaries supporting the Turkish presence in Libya a foreign force, hence; complicating the task of the international community, which is pushing for the evacuation of these forces before the presidential elections scheduled for December 24.

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