American CIA and Turkish MIT create secret investigative center
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and National Intelligence Organization of Turkey (MIT) have created a secret coordination center on the border with Syria, reports "Armenpress," citing Washington Post.
"Turkey is tightening its cooperation with the CIA and other US intelligence services. The CIA and MIT provide the secret work of the Coordination Centre, which is located not far from the Syrian border,"reports the newspaper.
The representatives of the American intelligence community say the intelligence services of the center are used for identifying potential terrorists among the Middle East refugees.
But, as the newspaper reads ‘The CIA and MIT partnership does not end with this.'
“The CIA’s unmanned aerial vehicles are taken off to the Syrian sky from the Turkish Incirlik airbase,” reads the paper.
According to it, the CIA director John Brennane repeatedly has visited Ankara to participate in anti-terrorist operations.