A documentary film crew from Russia Today (RT) claimed to have uncovered evidence of the alleged links between Turkey and its oil trade links with Islamic State (IS).
It claims files were seized which show detailed invoices used by IS to calculate daily revenues from their oil fields and refineries as well as the amount of oil extracted from different locations.
The documents are also said to include the name of the driver, the vehicle type driven, and the weight of the truck both full and empty as well as the agreed upon price and invoice number.
RT said it also spoke to residents who had been forced to work in the IS oil industry about what it was like working at the terrorist-controlled oil refinery and where the extracted commodity is alleged to have been sold.
Residents are said to have claimed:“the extracted oil was delivered to an oil refinery, where it was converted into gasoline, gas and other petroleum products. Then the refined product was sold.
“Then intermediaries from Raqqa and Allepo arrived to pick up the oil and often mentioned Turkey.”
Watch the full footage below: