Baku, September 15, AZERTAC
Turkish National Intelligence Service (MIT) on Friday brought to Turkey nine YPG/PKK terrorists, who were behind the attack that martyred two Turkish soldiers during Operation Olive Branch in northern Syria, according to Hatay governor, Anadolu agency reports.
The terrorists were caught in a joint operation by MIT and the Turkish gendarmerie forces in Syria's Afrin city and brought to southern Hatay province, Erdal Ata said at a news conference.
Ata said the terrorists were caught in accordance with the confession of a Syrian national PKK terrorist, who was identified by the initials M.C. and arrested by Turkish security forces on September 3, 2018 in Rajo.
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