On Thursday, co-chair of the external relations office in SANES, Mr. Abdel Karim Omar, told the AFP news agency that around 520 Daesh mercenaries, 550 women and around 1,200 children from 44 countries are in the hand of the security forces in north Syria.
“It’s a heavy burden that we can’t carry alone.” Mr. Omar said.
“We won’t try any non-Syrian Daesh member in our region. We are trying as much as possible to pressure governments to carry out their duties and take their citizens back.”
On the same day, a Sudanese woman and her one-month-old baby were handed over to the Sudanese government in the city of Qamishli.