Jaafari: Erdoğan and his family involved in oil theft, MIT carried sarin gas
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Jaafari stated that Turkish president Erdoğan's son personally managed the oil theft and natural gas by ISIS in Syria, and that the Turkish intelligence service (MIT) carried sarin gas smuggled from Libya to Syria.
Interviewed by the Turkish service of the German DW news, Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Bashar Jaafari confirmed the allegations of the Turkish state-backed mafia leader Sedat Peker.
108 CONFIDENTIAL LETTERS SUBMITTED TO THE UN
Jaafari stated that the Syrian government has information on Erdoğan regime's abuses. He continued, “We have sent 108 confidential letters containing precise information on the relationship between thousands of terrorists coming to Syria from Turkey and on groups active in Syria with Erdoğan's regime to the United Nations Security Council, general secretary, and sub-commissions on anti-terror. I would like to state that I confirm everything Mr. Sedat Peker said true.”
BİLAL ERDOĞAN MANAGED THE OIL THEFT WITH ISIS
“Mr. Sedat Peker's statement about the Erdogan regime's involvement in the stealing of our oil, natural gas, mines and grain is true. Because we all witnessed the stealing of our oil and natural gas in 2015 and 2016, even by ISIS, organized by Erdoğan's son.”
SARIN GAS LED TO CHEMICAL ATTACKS
Jaafari revealed that Heysem al-Kassar, who transported 2 litres of sarin gas from Libya to Istanbul in May 2013, was a Syrian agent of the MIT.
Al-Kassar transported two litres of sarin gas across the border to the Nusra Front, which carried out an attack that resulted in the death of Syrian soldiers and civilians in the countryside of Aleppo.
Jaafari stressed that al-Kassar carried sarin gas under the guise of humanitarian aid. It was reported that al-Kassar died in a suspicious traffic accident in Konya, Turkey in February 2021.
The Syrian official responded to the "Turkification policy" introduced by the Turkish state in the occupied regions. “The Turkification policy in north and northwest of the occupied Syrian territory introduced by Turkey has become intolerable. We cannot tolerate the Turkish currency and Turkish flags instead of Syrian, alterations of names of the squares, schools and streets and seizure and delivery of the Syrian textile industry and materials to Turkey.”