When Russian UN envoy Churkin named Turkish companies helping ISIS 

It was May 2016 when in UN Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin’s letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, the envoy said analysis of chemical components of explosives recovered in Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) liberated areas of Iraq’s Tikrit and the Syrian city of Kobani, implicate Turkish companies. (Russia Today)

The Kremlin said Turkey has allowed $1.9 million worth of both explosives and chemicals to be smuggled across its border with Syria, the Associated Press reported. Churkin alleged Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization allowed the weapons transfers to be made by the Besar Foundation, the Iyilikder Foundation and the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms, Agence France-Presse reported. The letter also named two companies, Tevhid Bilisim. (International Business Times)