Children from 3 to 14 years old. They were handed over to a delegation led by the Envoy of the Russian President for Children’s Rights, Anna Kuznetsova. She says all the children live in Al Hol camp.
Russia has so far repatriated at least 169 children who lost their parents in the ISIS region.
The Russian army spokesman, Fanar Al-Kit, in the Kurdish authorities in northeastern Syria, told AFP that Russia will pick up more children.
Russia also brought children from Iraq, where they were left alone after the defeat of the ISIS caliphate.
The Kurds in Syria have demanded that the children be returned from the overcrowded camps in northeastern Syria to their original homes or the homes of their parents.
Few countries followed the call. The exception is Russia and the countries of Central Asia. Uzbekistan recently repatriated 93 people, including 75 children. The Kurdish newspaper wrote on the Internet that this happened in early April Rudaw.
The conditions of Al-Hol camp have been repeatedly criticized by human rights organizations. There has been an increase in the number of homicides in the camp this year.
Rudaw wrote that the last case was an Iraqi refugee who was found dead on Sunday
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The Kurdish security forces recently carried out one Work inside the camp for men. There they arrested several people.
They revealed that ISIS operatives had infiltrated the camp as civilians. They are said to have tried to rebuild the terrorist organization there.
Kurdish forces are also planning a similar operation in the part of the camp where foreigners live.
There will be former ISIS members from 57 countries represented in the camp. Most of those detained there are women and children.
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