Ankara's mercenaries protest payment delay
Some mercenaries deployed by the Turkish state to Nagorno-Karabakh have protested the paycheck delay.
Members of the Syrian National Army (SNA) which was founded by the Turkish state have been deployed to Afrin, Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî in Syria and Libya, Azerbaijan and Yemen. However, Turkey-backed paramilitary forces started to express their discomfort because they could not get their money.
A mercenary group deployed to Nagorno-Karabakh by the Turkish state against the Armenians and brought back after the occupation have organized a protest in Turkish-occupied Afrin.
The mercenaries shared footage of the protest on Telegram.
The mercenaries said, “We went to Nagorno-Karabakh with the Turkish state. We have martyrs. The Commander of the Süleyman Sheh Brigade, Abu Amsa, took our money and the money of the martyrs' families. The people are all starving. We do not accept this.”