In a visit to north-eastern Syria on Sunday, the Belgian parliamentarian and diplomatic delegation said that some European countries are working on a ‘profound study’ to try the members of the Islamic State terrorist group (ISIS) in the areas of the Autonomous Administration in northeastern Syria.
In a press conference held in the Bureau of the Foreign Relations of the Autonomous Administration in Qamishli, George Delmenche, the member of the Belgian Parliament, said that there isn't any official approval by the European countries to hold an international tribunal in northeastern Syria for prosecuting ISIS members, but there is a "profound study" regarding the issue.
Delmenche added that the government of his country has regained the children of ISIS families of those who own the Belgium identity and took them back to their country, wishing his country to regain the women as well, as he said.
On Sunday, an official Belgian delegation visited the Bureau of the Foreign Relations of the Autonomous Administration in the city of Qamishli, to keeping track on the humane, political and security situation in northeastern Syria.
The Belgian parliamentarian and diplomatic delegation included, George Delmenche, the member of the Belgian parliament, Philip Fastenscape, the head of War Victims Organization in France and Belgium, and a number of French and Belgian journalists.
The delegation was received by the deputy co-chair of the Foreign Relations, Fanar al-Geit and members of the administrative board.
On June 14, the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria handed over 6 Belgium orphan children of ISIS members to the Belgian government, while there are still an undisclosed number of Belgian ISIS families at al-Hawl camp, east of Hasakah.