Erdogan admits the death of two of his soldiers in Libya

On February 25, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that two of Turkish soldiers have been killed in Libya, where Ankara sent troops and Syrian mercenaries. 

Reuters reported that Erdogan did not say when the soldiers died.

According to Reuters on February 22, Erdogan acknowledged   an unspecified number of Turkish troops had been killed in Libya.

On February 21, Erdogan admitted sending mercenary terrorists from Idlib and northern Syria to Libya with Turkish soldiers, while Libyan Army commander Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter affirmed that the Turkish regime continues to transfer its mercenary terrorists from northern Syria.

 

O. al-Mohammad

 

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