Autonomous Administration hands over 3 children and a woman to the Netherlands
The Autonomous Administration Foreign Relations Department handed over 4 people, 1 woman and 3 children, linked to ISIS mercenaries, to Dutch government officials.
Northern and Eastern Syria Autonomous Administration Foreign Relations Department handed over 4 people, 1 woman and 3 children, left behind by ISIS mercenaries, to the Dutch government. A press conference was made to confirm the handing over of the 4 people. The official delegation from the Netherlands met at the Foreign Relations Office in Qamishlo.
The delegation, consisting of the Dutch Special Representative for Syria Emile de Bond and the Consul of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dêrik Can, was welcomed by Ebdulkerim Umer, co-chair of the Foreign Relations Department of the Autonomous Administration, and Ebir Iliya and Fener El Giêt, deputy co-chairs.
Before the press conference, the protocol prepared for the handing over of the 4 people was signed between the parties.
Speaking at the meeting, Ebdulkerîm Umer, said that they handed over the children and their mother to the Dutch government and added: “According to the laws of the Autonomous Administration, those who are not found to be involved in crime in the region are being handed over to their countries of origin. In case of any crime committed by the surrendered persons, the receiving state has the right to prosecute after collecting the necessary evidences.”
Umer said that European states should take responsibility for files related to ISIS foreign nationals and added: “The files related to ISIS mercenaries have turned into a blind knot. The international community should take responsibility for this situation. Because ISIS is an organization that threatens the security of the whole world.”