Northern and Eastern Syria Autonomous Administration hands over 49 ISIS kids to Russia
The Northern and Eastern Syria Autonomous Administration Foreign Relations Department handed over 49 children of ISIS families to a Russian government delegation.
According to a statement made by the Northern and Eastern Syria Autonomous Administration Foreign Relations Office, a delegation from the Russian government headed by Mari Lvova-Belova, the Federal Russian President's Commissioner for Children's Rights, visited the Foreign Relations Office in Qamishlo to collect 49 orphans, children of ISIS mercenaries.
The delegation was welcomed by deputy Department co-chair Robêl Beho, Department Executive Committee member Xalid Îbrahim and Women's Defense Units (YPJ) Communication Office member Lana Hisên.
Drawing attention to the silence of the international community towards ISIS families in the Hol and Roj camps, Robêl Beho said that the Autonomous Administration has made reiterated calls on all states to take responsibility and repatriate their nationals from the camps and prisons.
Robêl Beho drew attention to the Autonomous Administration's support for improving the conditions of the camps and prisons, and said that the Autonomous Administration will be in contact with Russia and all countries that have nationals in its territory.
Maria Vlova-Belova thanked the Autonomous Administration for helping the orphan children and announced that the Russian government will continue its efforts to repatriate its nationals.