The United Nations Said That Turkey Violated The Arms Embargo On Somalia.
April 27, 2023 - Written by qoriadmin

New York – (QN24) – United Nations Investigators Have Concluded Their Investigation Into Whether Turkey Violated The International Sanctions On Somalia, After Bringing Armed Planes To Somalia That Were Not Accompanied By The UN, As Said Nordic Monitor.

According To The Committee Of Experts On Somalia Issues That Monitors The Conflict Situation In Somalia, In Accordance With The Decision of the United Nations Security Council, Turkey Has Been Accused Of Violating The Arms Embargo Of The United Nations, After Bringing drones to Somalia. – The Armed Bayraktar, Which Was Manufactured By A Company Owned By The Family Of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Secret information Received By The United Nations Investigators Indicates That Turkey Delivered The Bayraktar TB2 Aircraft To Mogadishu On December 6, 2021 With Two Airbus A400M Cargo Planes Operated By The Turkish Air Force.

The Turkish Government Has Been Accused Of Failing to Submit A Transparent Report To The United Nations Before Deploying The Drones Despite The Fact That A UN Security Council Resolution Cearly Stipulates This Permission Before Any Weapons Are Delivered To Somalia.

Turkey, Responding To Letters Of Inquiry From The United Nations, Claims That The Drones Were Deployed To The Turkish Base In Mogadishu, And The Purpose Is To Participate In The Fight Against Terrorism.

Turkish Media Reported That Somali Officials Received Training On How To Use Drones From Turkey In Early March 2021, And It Was Reported That Five Drones Were Seized, A Challenge Turned Into The Official Story Of The Turkish Government That The Drones In Somalia Are Intended To Be Used By The Turkish Forces In Somalia.

UN Teams Have Monitored And Documented The Arms And Ammunition Officially Imported By The Somali Government Since The Arms Embargo Was Partially Lifted In 2013.

Somalia Has Received About 27,000 Weapons And 80.1 Million Rounds Of Ammunition, Including About 70,000 RPG-7s, Since 2013.

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