Turkish authorities have reportedly apprehended the key suspect behind the 2013 car-bomb blasts in Reyhanli, near Turkey’s border with Syria.
The suspect identified as Yusuf Nazik, 34, has confessed his role in the 2013 car bombings and also revealed that the twin bombings were orchestrated by Syrian intelligence also known as Mukhabarat spy agency.
In a video released on Wednesday by the Turkish government, Nazik called on other suspects to surrender and warned Turkey would hold the Assad government to account for the attack.
“I was not able to escape from the Turkish state,” he said in the video.
“I am calling out to my friends in Syria, turn back while there still is time. The Turkish state will protect us. I am calling out to the state of Syria, the Turkish state will make you pay eventually.”
The car bombing incident which happened five years ago claimed the live of 53 people including Turkish and Syrian refugees.
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