Ankara recruited and sent at least 150 children to Libya to take part in the battles on the terrorist side of the so-called National Accord Government.
This was stated in the report of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
Rami Abdel Rahman, director of SOHR, said Turkish recruiters are recruiting minors to intervene in the intra-Libya crisis.
He said a large number of children are sent from Idlib and Aleppo to Africa, where they join the Ankara-backed Syrian National Army, provide them with training and then are sent to Turkish territory with the help of special services.
Often minors go to Africa under the pretext of looking for work, many parents do not even know that their children will soon be sent to Libya.
There are now at least 150 Syrian teenagers aged 16 to 18 in the North African country, the vast majority of whom have been admitted to the Islamist group “Sultan Murad Division”.
Earlier, Major General Ahmad Mismari, an official spokesman for the Libyan National Army (LNA), noted that TNC fighters had received a new batch of 1,500 Syrian jihadists.
In order to attract as many radicals as possible, the recruits are undergoing a frank deception that has been repeatedly described by the Syrian mercenaries themselves who have visited Libya.