Erdogan’s mercenaries in Libya have been unpaid for five months

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that Turkey has not paid Syrian mercenaries in the Al Yarmouk camp in Libya for the 5th consecutive month.

Mercenary jihadists are calling for protests against the Turkish state because they are not being paid.

According to reliable SOHR sources, yet another concern has grown among the pro-Turkish jihadists, members of the Syrian “National Army”, from which mercenaries have been “extracted” to the services of Turkey in Libya and Azerbaijan, due to the intentions of the Turkish government to normalization with the Assad regime of Damascus.

SOHR sources confirmed that pro-Turkish Syrian mercenaries in Libya want to organize demonstrations against Turkey’s latest actions, especially regarding reconciliation with the Syrian regime and the delay of their salaries.

On July 2, reliable sources informed SOHR that in the Yarmouk camp housing Syrian mercenaries of the Turkish-backed “National Army” in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, disputes between members of the “National Army” are escalating as they are prevented from to return to Syria on holiday leave.

It is worth noting that many Syrian mercenaries have been in Libya for about two years without having returned to Syrian territory.

Sources of the Syrian Observatory confirmed the escalation of differences between the members of the Syro-Turkmen armed organizations “Sultan Murad Brigade” and “Sukour al-Samal”, as their commanders steal their salaries and also do not provide them with food allowances.

Two members of the Syrian “National Army” escaped from the camp in Libya and coordinated with smugglers to illegally enter Algeria to cross into Europe, but Turkish intelligence arrested the brother of a fugitive to pressure the fugitive to return to Libya.

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