Autonomous Administration | Swedish ambassador received ten children and women of ISIS families • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Autonomous Administration | Swedish ambassador received ten children and women of ISIS families

Al-Hasakah province: Foreign relations department in the Autonomous Administration has handed over six children, and three women of ISIS member families to the delegation from the Kingdom of Sweden headed by Ambassador Fredrik Florn from the Department of Consular Affairs and Civil Law in Sweden.

The step took place during an official visit of Florn to the Autonomous Administration in al-Qamishly city.

On Oct. 19, Syrian Observatory sources say that an official delegation of the UK, headed by the UK Special Representative for Syria Jonathan Hargreaves, paid a visit, a day before, to the headquarters of the Department of Foreign Relations of the Autonomous Administration in northern and eastern Syria in al-Qamishli city. The two sides had discussed the situation of the region, before three British children of ISIS families were handed over to the delegation under an official return document signed by the delegation at the Department of Foreign Relations’ headquarters.

On October 7, SOHR sources reported that the Department of Foreign Relations of the Autonomous Administration in northern and eastern Syria handed over tens of foreign ISIS children and women, who were held in al-Rouj camp in al-Malikiyyah countryside (Dayrik) in al-Hasakah province, to representatives of the government of their countries. According to SOHR sources, eight German women and 23 children were handed over to representatives of Germany’s government, while three other Danish women and 14 children were handed over to representatives of Denmark’s government.

While on July 3, SOHR sources reported that the Department of Foreign Relations of the Autonomous Administration in northern and eastern Syria handed over, this morning, 20 Russian children of ISIS families, who were held in al-Rouj camp in al-Malikiyyah countryside (Dayrik), to a Russian diplomatic body. The hand over of children took place under an official return document signed by the Russians at the headquarters of the Department of Foreign Relations in al-Qamishli city.

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