On Sunday, the German magazine “Der Spiegel” revealed that Turkish President Seljuk Bayrakdar’s son-in-law had used a war Libya
, By promoting the use of drones manufactured by his company, noting that he has become a prominent beneficiary of this war.
And the German magazine said, in a report, that Erdogan’s son-in-law, engineer Seljuk the godfather of the drone, has become the biggest beneficiary of the war in Libya, as it is hardly a country in which Ankara interferes with its military power from the drone “Bayrakdar TP2” manufactured by his company.
The report pointed to the use of the Turkish drone “Bayrakdar TP2”, with unprecedented strength and intensity in Libya to support the “Al-Wefaq” government, which is led by Fayez al-Sarraj and relies on extremist militias.
And Ankara has previously used, and still is, this type of unmanned aircraft in Syria against the Kurdish-majority Syrian Democratic Forces, and in Iraq and Turkey against the PKK forces.
According to the German magazine report, Erdogan’s government has delivered several unmanned aircraft to Tripoli militias in recent months to confront the Libyan National Army, which is launching a massive military operation to rid the Libyan West of militant groups.
The magazine said that Bayrakdar, the husband of Erdogan’s daughter, has been head for 4 years, the technological development division of the company “Bikar Makina”, the aircraft manufacturer and market for it in conflict areas, as opposed to deals with Qatar to sell “Bayrakdar TP2”.
The newspaper revealed that Turkey cooperated with the Israeli occupation in manufacturing and assembling the plane to expand locally in the production of this type of aircraft.