Turkey’s War on Russia: Joint Turkish/Ukie Military Group Recruiting Terrorists from Syria for Jihad on Russian Christians
Today, Saturday, the Russian “Sputnik” news agency quoted a military diplomatic source as saying that members of the Ukrainian Security Service, along with officers of the Turkish National Intelligence Service, “visited northern Syria, especially the cities of Afrin and Azaz, to discuss the issue of recruiting militants in the ranks of Ukraine’s regional defense.” .
The source said that the “Ukrainian-Turkish” security and intelligence group visited the base of the armed rebel movement, which is part of the Turkish-backed opposition Syrian National Army, where they met with those in charge of armed groups such as the Sultan Murad Division and Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar.
The source also indicated that “during this visit, the possibility of recruiting militants into the ranks of the territorial defense forces of Ukraine was discussed, and it was agreed to organize a series of secret meetings with the leaders of the militants interested in this matter.”
The Turkish flag was found in an ammunition workshop on the outskirts of Mariupol
In a related context, Russian forces found a large-sized Turkish flag in a munitions factory for drones, in the village of Subino, which was liberated from the “Brave Sector” organization banned in Russia, on the outskirts of Mariupol.
A fighter of one of the units of the Donetsk People’s Republic told the Russian “Sputnik” news agency: According to the flags that were found, a Turkish flag and a “Bravi Sector” flag, we expect that they are volunteers from Turkey. They may be former ISIS specialists who trained Bravy Sector fighters.
A large number of ammunition was found in this workshop, along with the electronic contents of the drones with which the ammunition was dropped.
And the Russian Foreign Intelligence announced, on Friday, that the “Al-Tanf” base, which is under the control of the United States in Syria, witnessed the preparation of terrorists affiliated with ISIS , for use in the Donbass region.
Last Thursday, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the arrival of foreign mercenaries to Ukraine, stressing that foreign mercenaries were committing sabotage and raids on convoys of Russian equipment, noting that about 200 Croatian mercenaries had arrived in Ukraine .
“All foreign mercenary attacks in Ukraine are carried out with the help of weapons provided by the West to the militants in Ukraine, such as Javelin missiles provided by the United States,” the ministry added.
In turn, an informed source told “Sputnik” that “the Ukrainian authorities have granted asylum to international terrorists, including those who fought in Syria.” The source quoted experts as saying that “the territory of Ukraine is currently used as a haven for more than 1,000 members of terrorist and extremist organizations.”
Earlier, Syrian researcher Muhammad Kamal al-Jafa confirmed, in an interview with Al- Mayadeen , that “large numbers of militants in northern Syria are preparing to move to Ukraine ,” explaining that “Turkey is fully involved in Ukraine through the militants it has transferred.”
On February 24, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine with the aim of protecting civilians who were bombed and displaced by Ukraine in the two popular republics of Lugansk and Donetsk. (and)
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