At least one Turkish military aircraft transported Syrian mercenaries to Libya, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported.
According to SOHR sources, on Wednesday evening, October 5, a Turkish aircraft took off from the airport of the Turkish capital, Ankara, carrying a new batch of Syrian mercenaries enlisted by Turkish intelligence and arrived in Misrata, Libya to participate in the Libyan war.
On September 13, SOHR activists monitored heavy mass discontent among the Syrian mercenaries in Libya, due to the discrimination between the commander and the mercenaries, after the transportation of the Syrian young man was delayed, who belonged to Al-Sultan Morad ,to be buried in the area of displacement of his family in north-western of Syria, where the Turkish forces kept his body in the refrigerator for nearly a week.
Meanwhile, several commanders of Turkish-backed factions returned to Syria, where the commanders are allowed to return, and their return demands are accepted, unlike the mercenaries.
Source: Libya Update