Turkish intelligence companies have captured a needed member of the Gulenist group from Tajikistan, within the newest case involving the seize of fugitive members from overseas.
In line with Turkish state media citing nameless safety sources, Koray Vural was arrested in Tajikistan and returned to Turkiye this week. This makes him the final suspected member of the group Ankara accuses of orchestrating the 2016 coup try.
Vural had reportedly gone to Tajikistan below the directions of the Gülenist group with the goal of organizing its actions within the nation and within the Central Asia area. He’s stated to have typically visited Pennsylvania in the US, the place the group is predicated, and had acquired directions from its chief Fethullah Gülen himself.
The alleged member was within the orange class of the Turkish Inside Ministry’s color-coded listing of needed terrorists, ranked from crimson as most needed, adopted by blue, inexperienced, orange and grey.
Vural then lately deliberate to flee Tajikistan after one other Gulenist member, Emsal Koc, was captured within the nation – the place he lived for nearly three a long time – in July and brought to Turkiye.
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