FILE: The video also affirmed the sending of mercenaries to Libya, through coordination with terrorist groups and organizations.
CAIRO – 15 May 2020: The Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Human Rights has prepared a report that affirms Turkey’s insistence on interfering in the internal affairs of Libya.
The report added that Turkey has dispatched the dangerous terrorist and military official of the Libyan fighting group loyal to al-Qaeda Khaled al-Sharif to oversee military operations in the capital, Tripoli, and implement Erdogan's plans in Libya.
The report indicated that al-Sharif, AKA Abu Hazim al-Libi, has recently returned to the capital Tripoli from Turkey and entered through Misurata Airport, through Turkish planning.
The foundation has also prepared a video report that reveals Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani’s and Erdogan’s destructive role in the region.
The video also affirmed the sending of mercenaries to Libya, through coordination with terrorist groups and organizations.
The Russian Federal Agency confirmed that Ankara sent terrorists to Libya, adding that both Erdogan and Tamim have intensified their efforts recently to spread terrorism in Libya, via supporting Al-Wefaq forces with money and weapons, leading to the further suffering of Libyans, according to the report.
Moreover, Maat pointed out that the weapons sent by Turkey to Libya were purchased with Qatari money, and the process of transferring fighters from Syria to Libya was carried out via the Turkish security company ‘SADAT’.
In addition to the financial support provided by Tamim to Erdogan in order to carry out his operations in Tripoli.
The report also pointed out that the Qatari funding has become clear in both Syria and Libya, stressing that Qatar and Turkey play a major role in all countries that suffer from chaos, especially Libya, which is still suffering from the continued support of Tamim and Erdogan to fighters in Tripoli.
Earlier, UN sources told Sky News Arabia that 3,000 Syrian militants have been deployed in the areas of Al-Wefaq government led by Fayez Al-Sarraj, in western Libya.