Via audio recording, Syrian mercenary exposes Turkey's abandonment of them in Libya

The office of the spokesperson for the commander-in-chief of the Libyan Armed Forces has published an audio recording of a Syrian mercenary combating in Libya, in which he talks about Turkey's abandonment of the Syrian mercenaries in Libya and the failure to comply paying their salaries, in addition to exposing them to killing.

The Syrian mercenary in the ranks of Firqet al-Hamzat mercenaries from the so-called Free National Army made clear in a voice message addressed to the media to rescue the Syrians who went from Syria to Libya to fight under the command of the Turkish army that they are fighting in Ain Zara area south of the capital, Tripoli.

The Syrian mercenary said that they are suffering from Turkey's abandonment of them and that their contract agreed upon was mainly only three months, but they have been around for six months without anyone paying attention to them and that they have problems in obtaining their salaries as the agreement was that every combatant should receive an amount of 2,000 dollars, but they only take 6,000 Turkish Liras.

The mercenary adds that Turkey exploited them through money, confirmed the killing and injuring of many, and revealed that Turkey does not send them ammunition, or machineries or anything as it promised them.


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