The great seven still disagree about dealing with terrorists in Syria and Iraq

France said on Friday that the seven major countries remain incompatible on how to deal with foreign terrorists in Syria and Iraq.

The French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner stated to Reuters, "The Interior Ministers of the seven industrial states still have different views on how to deal with the terrorists and their families in Syria and Iraq."

The representative of the United States, the Under-Secretary of the Interior Ministry Claire Grady affirmed at the meeting of the Internal Affairs Ministers of the Seven- Group in Paris that the position of the United States is that "these foreign fighters must be returned to their origin countries."

While France and other countries say that they must be tried in Iraq.

The American President Donald Trump has called on the European states to restore their citizens who fought within Daesh mercenaries in Syria and Iraq.

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