AFRIN (ANF) – As the Turkish state strengthens its assistance to Islamist groups in Syria, it came out that Turkey has sent ammunition to Al-Nusra from the Atme camp near the border of Efrîn.
According to the information obtained by ANHA (Hawar News Agency) from ‘reliable sources’, the Turkish state provided ammunition to Al-Nusra gangs on 2-3-4 November through the Atme camp in Cindirês district of Efrîn.
The ammunition, which includes anti-tank missiles, anti-aircraft missiles, a large number of munitions, light weapons and their bullets, is meant for Al-Nusra gangs in Aleppo.
On the other hand, activity of Turkish troops at the border between Efrîn and North Kurdistan, also continues. Most recently, Turkish soldiers have planted mines in Shadiya valley affiliated to Sorka village in Efrîn’s Raco district.
In the meantime, it has been reported that the governor of Kilis went to the border point across the Azaz town on November 5. During the governor’s visit to the region, militants of forces affiliated to the Syrian opposition were also seen in the border area.
On November 6, the governor of Hatay province also went to the border and visited Atme camp.