Syrian Foreign Minister Bashar Jaafari accused Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan’s son of involvement with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in its illegal oil and arms trade in Syria. ”The stolen oil and natural gas by ISIS was personally led by Erdoğan’s son,” he said.
In one of his confessions regarding the mafia and state relations in Turkey, convicted Turkish mafia leader Sedat Peker has claimed that Turkey sent weapons to Al-Nusra in Syria.
Syrian Foreign Minister Bashar Jaafari confirmed the allegations of Sedat Peker that weapons were sent to Al Nusra as well, in addition to ammunition sent to Bayırbucak Turkmens in Syria in 2014.
Jaafari spoke to DW Turkish: “We have informed the United Nations Security Council, the Secretariat General and the subcommittees on counter-terrorism by sending 108 confidential letters on the relationship between the Erdoğan regime and the thousands of terrorists operating in Syria, who unfortunately came to Syria from our common border with Turkey.”
”I would like to state that I have confirmed that Sedat Peker’s claims are completely true,” Jaafari said.
Regarding the commercial relations between military groups in Turkey and Syria, ”we witnessed the stealing of our oil and natural gas by ISIS in 2015-2016, personally led by Erdoğan’s son,” he stated.
Jaafari also claimed that Heysem Topalca, who transported two litres of sarin gas across the border in May 2013, was an agent of the National Intelligence Organization (MIT). Jaafari noted that Heysem Topalca used humanitarian aid convoys while smuggling sarin gas to Syria.
Jaafari also accused Turkey of carrying out a “Turkification policy” in Northern Syria and forcing Kurds and Arabs to leave and trying the change the demography and culture of the region. ”This has become intolerable,” he said.