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MOSCOW, March 24. /TASS/. There will be more evidence of Ankara’s implication in the looting of Syria as this country is liberated from terrorists, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
The ministry has commented in its Facebook account on Thursday on the publication of a number of documents found in the Syrian city of al-Shaddadi.
"The results of this work convincingly prove Ankara’s direct involvement in financing and training international terrorists operating in Syria," the Russian Defense Ministry said.
It voiced confidence that there would be far more such irrefutable evidence of Turkey’s involvement in the looting of the Syrian Arab Republic with the help of international terrorists.
A few months ago, the Russian Defense Ministry presented to reporters the data, according to which Turkey is involved in illegal trade in oil and petroleum products from Syria and Iraq as well in supplying gunmen with ammunition, weapons and manpower.