Maj. Gen. Al-Mismari said that the mercenary leader is named Colonel Ghazi, and that the terrorists are of Syrian, Iraqi and Libyan nationalities.
Al-Mesmari affirmed during a press conference that Erdogan wanted to send 18,000 terrorists to Libya, explaining that Turkey had transported up to 2,000 militants from the Al-Nusra Front organization to Libya via Maitika airport. He said that the Maitika base had almost completely turned to Turkey, stressing that the Turkish president had transferred 1,500 ISIS militants from Syria to Libya.
Al-Mismari revealed that Erdogan has established a security company that turned into an arm of the Brotherhood in order to carry out terrorist operations in Libya, noting that the Turkish president runs an international terrorist network through the security company he established.
Al-Mesmari presented evidence of Erdogan's involvement in supporting terrorism in Libya, stressing that his policy has become clear in supporting terrorism by supporting and establishing terrorist groups and security companies.