Various press sources revealed Turkish moves to join the ranks of Saudi-led coalition forces in Yemen, specifically in Ma’rib province, ShamTimes News Agency reported.
ShamTimes quoted informed sources in Idlib province, northern Syria, as saying that Turkey intends to transfer groups of Daesh and al-Qaeda terrorists to Ma’rib province, in order to strengthen the ranks of the Islah Party there.
According to the ShamTimes, representatives of the Turkish intelligence services have reached out to the leaders of tin the coalition-backed Hadi puppet government, in order to prepare to transfer Syrian mercenaries to fight in Ma’rib alongside Muslim Brotherhood militants.
The agency noted that Ankara has provided financial inducements for those who decide to move to Ma’rib, which includes a monthly salary of $1,500 plus $400 in feeding expenses.
The first batch of these 300 Syrian fighters are expected to be transferred within days.