Turkey continued to violate the decisions of the international community and the 5+5 Joint Military Commission to return foreign mercenaries and militants to their countries, and continued to send Syrian mercenaries to Libya.
Although it agreed to withdraw 150 Syrian mercenaries, Ankara compensated them by sending 150 Syrian mercenaries, who arrived in Libya on February 17.
Reports indicated that the fighters arriving in Libya belong to the pro-Turkish Brigade Mohammed Al-Fateh, adding that the Turkish army is organizing their transfers from Idlib towards the capital Tripoli.
Reports confirmed that Ankara paid $200 to $250 to warlords for each fighter, and made it clear that the process of supplying mercenaries is taking place in an orderly manner, hampering the peace process in the country.
The director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Rami Abdel Rahman, said that Turkey recruits Syrian mercenaries through Turkish intelligence and its security companies, and sends them to Libya in implementation of its agreement with the former Government of National Accord in Tripoli.
On the other hand, a group of press reports revealed the involvement of Turkey in providing forged documents to mercenaries affiliated with the terrorist organization ISIS, where the terrorists pay sums ranging between 5000 and 15000 dollars in exchange for obtaining forged documents that guarantee their departure from Turkey naturally and their arrival in Europe and the world.
Reports indicated that a person from Uzbekistan is in charge of issuing the forged documents through a channel in Telegram, without knowing the true identity of the person to whom the document is issued, or the organization affiliated with him.