Today, a Belgian delegation visited the Belgian Member of Parliament George Delmenich, the President of the Organization of Victims of Terrorism in France and Belgium, Philip Vastin Scip and a number of journalists, North and East Syria. The delegation welcomed the Deputy co-chair of the Foreign Relations Department The department in the city of Qamishlo.
After the closed meeting that took place between the two sides, Belgian Member of Parliament George Delmenich answered during a press conference in the Chamber Hall the questions of the journalists, in addition to disclosing the contents and objectives of the visit.
George Delmenich explained that this is the third visit to Rojava and northeastern Syria, and praised the sacrifices made by the people of the region to liberate their areas from ISIS mercenaries and all the extremist factions that tried to occupy the area.
Turkish attacks on northeastern Syria are atrocious
Delmenich indicated that they are concerned with the security and military situation, and the security and humanitarian stability. He said: "During the meeting we talked about the security situation in the region, ISIS detainees that the Autonomous Administration have as well as their families who are now in the camps of the Autonomous Administration."
In response to a question to our agency correspondents about the position of the Belgian government regarding the Turkish attacks on the regions of northeastern Syria, he answered that the Belgian government condemned these heinous attacks that targeted the region, and said: "Turkey launched attacks on the region without consulting any country."
The establishment of a court to prosecute ISIS mercenaries is an excellent step
On the Belgian government's position on the decision of the Democratic Autonomous Administration to prosecute foreign ISIS mercenaries within the regions of northern and eastern Syria, Belgian Member of Parliament George Delmenich replied by saying: "This step is an excellent and very wonderful step, and European countries are studying this step now in depth, and they must study it in depth with the Autonomous Administration for northeastern Syria as well. "
For those of Belgian ISIS who are now in the Autonomous Administration’s camp, George Delmenich explained that the Belgian government had a strategy that is to receive children only, and after discussion with the administration there is another strategy and we will announce it later.
There are now 15 ISIS elements of Belgian origin in the Autonomous administration, as well as 48 children and 30 women in the Autonomous Administration camps.
The Belgian delegation is scheduled to make several visits within the regions of northeastern Syria, in addition to visiting the displacement camps to know the effects of the Turkish attacks on the people of the region, and Al-Hol camp to see the conditions of the camp, and to hold meetings with the region's politicians.