Turkey’s illegal interference in Libya has led to an increase in casualties
This post was published in FAN by Boris Menshov. The point of view expressed in this article is authorial and do not necessarily reflect BM`s editorial stance.
TRIPOLI, (BM) – The crime rate in Libya has increased significantly after the illegal interference of Turkey in the affairs of the state. The militants controlled by the so-called Government of National Accord (GNA) continue to terrorize civilians with a vengeance.
Mercenaries recruited by Ankara on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR), transported to Libya to provide military support to the illegitimate GNA, threaten the common population with violence, robbery and violence of children and women.
So, one of the users of the Network spoke about the inaction of the militants when, before their eyes, Syrian radicals tortured children, the Federal News Agency reports.
The Arabitoday news portal notes that several victims were found in An-Nasr Forest Park and its environs. The security forces are unable to cope with the mercenaries and simply turn a blind eye to their crimes, as a result of which ordinary Libyans are forced to live in constant fear.
According to the Libyan National Army (LNA), the number of fighters from Syria in the territory of the North African state is estimated at 17 thousand. It should be noted that the pro-Turkish PNS mercenaries captured by the LNA soldiers say that Ankara promised to pay them several thousand dollars on a regular basis.
However, Turkey soon rejected its offer. As a result, the Syrian mercenaries began to arrange provocations and robberies at the cost of the lives of peaceful Libyans.
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Original source: FAN