Foreign Relations Department of Democratic Autonomous Administration hands over 5 ISIS members to a Canadian delegation

ZALIN, Syria — The Foreign Relations Department in the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) of North and East Syria received a Canadian delegation, which included senior officials from the Canadian Foreign Ministry and Head of Office of Embassy of Canada in Syria and Lebanon for the DAA areas in North and East Syria Rasta Daei.

The delegation was received by Deputy Co-Chair of Foreign Relations Department Rubel Bahho,, and member of the Department Administrative Body Khaled Ibrahim.

Bahho talked about the recent Astana meeting, pointing out that the only solution to the Syrian crisis is a Syrian-Syrian dialogue.

He also called on the international community to support efforts to solve the Syrian crisis, in accordance with UN Resolution No. 2254.

It was also emphasized that the DAA will continue to cooperate with Canada, and with all countries that have nationals in its areas.

The delegation indicated that Canada is grateful for the cooperation with the DAA, and is aware of the DAA efforts in providing health, psychological and security care to its citizens.

The delegation added that the Canadian government is closely following the DAA situation, expressing their concern for the DAA hardships and suffering.

A letter from the Canadian government was presented to the representatives of Foreign Relations Department.

Five Canadian nationals, including 2 women and 3 children from ISIS families, were handed over to the Canadian delegation according to an official document signed between the DAA and Canada.