Swedish delegation promises to support the war wounded against Daesh

As part of its series of tours for the second day in a row, the Swedish delegation has visited the War-Wounded House in the city of Qamishlo this afternoon, and pledged to the wounded to provide all kinds of support to them in fulfillment of their sacrifice in fighting against Daesh.

After a series of visits and meetings by the Swedish delegation on a visit in the north and east of Syria since Tuesday, the delegation, which includes the Swedish envoy to the Syrian file Ber Ornioz, the official of the Syrian file in the Swedish Foreign Ministry Caruhan Wenberkh, the official of the International Relief Agency, Berdance, Legal adviser Avin Jetin, and with the participation of the representative of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria in Sweden and Scandinavia Ster Kurdagi." Today the delegation paid a visit to the War-Wounded House in the town of Qamishlo.

The two sides held a closed meeting to the media. At the conclusion of the meeting, a source from the house confirmed that the Swedish delegation pledged to transfer the wounded's demands to their country and to provide all means of support and care for the wounded who were wounded during their war against Daesh mercenaries.

The delegation is scheduled to meet today with the Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi.


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