Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
He also said that Syrian gunmen shot residents on Sidra Road.
The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reiterated, Thursday, just days before the Berlin conference to resolve the Libyan crisis, that his country would start By sending troops to Libya, In support of the Al-Wefaq government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj.
Erdogan, who spoke in Ankara, added that his country will continue to use all diplomatic and military means to ensure stability to the south of its territory, including Libya. Erdogan is scheduled to meet with leaders of Germany, Russia, Britain and Italy on Sunday to discuss the Libyan crisis.
In turn, the Turkish Defense Minister announced yesterday, Wednesday, that a Turkish team to train the militias of the Al-Wefaq government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj, which is fighting against the Libyan army forces led by Khalifa Hifter, is now in Libya.
2000 dollars for the fighter
The Guardian newspaper published yesterday, Wednesday, a report that revealed that Two thousand Syrian fighters They traveled from Turkey to Libya, to take part in the battlefields, in an unprecedented development threatening to further complicate the situation in Libya.
Informed sources told the newspaper that the fighters signed a 6-month contract with Al-Wefaq militia, not the Turkish army, for $ 2,000 per combatant per month, which is a huge amount compared to what they were getting in Syria, which is $ 52 per month, and they were given promises to obtain Turkish citizenship .
Turkey will also pay medical bills for the wounded soldiers, and is responsible for returning the dead to Syria, according to the Guardian.