Akef: talks are ongoing to form IC to try IS

Kamal Akef has explained that there are discussions to form an international court for IS in north and east of Syria in the presence of representatives of the people, pointing that the Autonomous Administration will follow a new strategy to eradicate IS' ideology spread in the area.


The statements of the spokesman of the External Relation's Office in the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) Kamal Akef came during a press conference held at the Office of Relations in the city of Qamishlo on Sunday, and focused on the visions of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria regarding the developments ongoing in the region.

In response to a question of our agency's (ANHA) correspondent about the recent proposal by the people of the region about the need to set up an international tribunal to IS' mercenaries who are detained at SDF' hands in north and east of Syria after their countries refused to return to their homelands, pointing out the large number of IS' elements, their children and wives in prisons and camps of AA.

Akef also revealed the existence of discussions in the global diplomatic forums, with the countries participating in the International Coalition and countries that refuse to return their citizens who joined IS' mercenaries, calling for the formation of an international tribunal in the regions of north and east of Syria to prosecute IS' mercenaries fairly, and said, "In the event of that, representatives of the people will join this court."

Now, there are thousands of IS' foreign mercenaries from about 46 European and Western countries in the prisons of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in addition to the existence of 500 IS' women and children in AA's camps of north and east of Syria.



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