A delegation from Sweden arrived in Rojava on Thursday (7 May) through the border crossing of Sêmelka to meet with the Foreign Relations Department in northern and eastern Syria to receive seven children of Swedish nationality who were children of Daesh whose parents were killed in Syria.
The delegation was received by the Deputy Head of the Department of Foreign Relations in North and East Syria Sana Deham and the Director of the Women's Body for North and East Syria, Rokan Mullah Ibrahim.
After the discussions between the delegation and the Department of Foreign Relations on the mechanism of handing over children, the Department of External Relations in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria handed over the seven children to the Swedish delegation at the headquarters of the border crossing of Sêmelka with Başûr Kurdistan. After the delegation was informed of the document proving the physical and psychological health of children.
After the extradition, the parties signed the extradition contract and completed the rest of the protocols away from the media, while not allowing the media to take pictures of the children.
The Swedish delegation returned with children to Başûr Kurdistan to return to Sweden.