Pro-Libyan militants began to scatter; South Korea sends forces in Strait of Hormuz

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PANAGYURISHTE, (BM) – Your briefly report on January 21 in last six hours from BulgarianMilitary.com:

Syrian militants thrown by Turkey to Libya began to scatter

The Turkish Syrian armed opposition militants, thrown by Turkey to Libya to help the Government of National Accord, began to disperse, trying to move to Europe.

According to the channel, two groups of pro-Turkish militants from groups of the Syrian armed opposition have already left the locations of their units after being transferred to Libya. The first group of 17 people, getting rid of military uniforms and weapons, moved from Libya to Italy. Another group, the number of which is not given, left Libya and moved to Algeria with the aim of further penetration into Europe.

In total, according to the TV channel, Turkey at the beginning of this year transferred from Syria to Libya up to 2,4 thousand mercenaries from the armed Syrian opposition to support the PNS, led by Faiz Sarraj, who settled in Tripoli. All militants deployed in Libya have experience in fighting against Syrian government forces. About 1,7 thousand pro-Turkish militants are being trained in training camps in Turkey.

South Korea will send special forces to the shores of Iran – in the Strait of Hormuz

South Korea will expand the area of ​​activity of its anti-piracy special forces Cheonhe. As stated in the military department, the purpose of the presence of the military away from the Korean borders is to ensure the security of South Korean citizens and freedom of navigation.

In this regard, the South Korean government decided to send its military to the Strait of Hormuz. This was reported by the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Korea. It was anti-piracy activity that the authorities of the Republic of Korea declared their planned presence at the Iranian maritime borders. The strange thing is that in the area of ​​the Strait of Hormuz there are no sea pirates recently.

It should be noted that although the naval fleet of the international coalition led by the USA is present in the Strait of Hormuz, Seoul does not plan joint actions with it, but will act independently.

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