Two offices in Afrin to transport Syrian mercenaries to AzerbaijanWorld Press
The Turkish authorities reduced the salaries of Syrian mercenaries in Libya, with the result that the volunteer offices for fighting in Azerbaijan, which were opened in the center of the occupied Kurdish region of Afrin, northern Syria, witnessed a great turnout.
As the correspondent of “Afrinpost” reported that the center of the occupied city of Afrin witnessed the opening of two offices for volunteering and joining the fight in Azerbaijan in each of: 1- Amir Ghobari School. 2- Azhar Afrin School.
The irony is that the turnout was intense to join, and the signs of congestion appeared through the long queues, which led to overwhelming chaos and loss of discipline.
In turn, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated that Ankara transported about 300 militants from the Brotherhood militia, the vast majority of them from the “Sultan Murad Division” and “Sultan Suleiman Shah Brigade” known as (Al-Amshat), from Afrin towns and villages, and they were told “The destination will be Azerbaijan”.
The observatory added that the Turkish military leaders informed the mercenaries that the goal of sending them there is to protect border posts, for a sum of $ 1500-2000 USD.
The Observatory has previously mentioned that Turkey has reduced the salaries of Syrian mercenaries who wish to stay in Libya, from 2,000 dollars to 600 dollars, and in return, a new batch of mercenaries was monitored to return to Syria with the expiration of their contracts in Libya, and their number exceeded 1,200 mercenaries within 10 days.
According to the statistics of the Syrian Observatory, the number of Syrian mercenaries who went to Libya is estimated at 18,000 fighters, of whom about 7,100 returned to Syria at the end of their contracts and taking their financial dues.