The Norwegian line is clear: If fremmedkrigere with a Norwegian passport, visit a Norwegian utenriksstasjon, for example, in syria's neighbouring countries Turkey, then they will have a claim on the help. Their children will also have a right to come to Norway.NORWAY: Fremmedkrigere with the Norwegian passport has the right to come to Norway, says Erna Solberg. Photo: Lars Eivind Bones / Dagbladet Show more
- All Norwegian citizens have the right to come to Norway, says prime minister Erna Solberg (H) to Dagbladet. She emphasizes that the norwegians who have gone in ICE’ service will be denied.
- But children should not suffer for the parents ' choice. If the children come of fremmedkrigere to Norway, we need to find a good way to take care of them, " she says.Around 30 fremmedkrigere
After the Newspaper gets lit it will be carried out DNA tests of the children as Norwegian fremmedkrigere in a given situation, wish to take with them to Norway.40 Norwegian ICE-children in Syria
the Prime minister says there are around 30 Norwegian fremmedkrigere in Syria, but emphasizes that the estimate is uncertain.
- We have approx., 30 which we believe is alive, and that is in Syria. So, there may be several, there is an equally large number that we think is dead, " says Solberg.
As Dagbladet told in the previous week, estimates the PST that there are around 40 children with the Norwegian association in Syria. Many of these children will have the right to come to Norway, but Solberg says it is out of the question for the Norwegian authorities to be actively involved in Syria to get them out.
- We will not send people in to get some out. It would be to expose people to danger, " she says.Stoltenberg: - the Real threat
Solberg has this weekend been in Munich in connection with the annual sikkerhetskonferansen. Present are heads of government and foreign ministers from a number of countries. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg is also in place.NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg record an important victory in the Syria war, but is worried that the ICE may try to establish themselves elsewhere, for example in Afghanistan. Video: Mats Rønning and Lars Eivind Bones / Dagbladet Show more
He says the threat from fremmedkrigere is "very real".
- NATO countries use a part time to exchange intelligence information and coordinate how to deal with issues related to fremmedkrigere who want to come home, " says Stoltenberg to the Newspaper.
- It is important to know who they are and what they have done. Many will have to face in a courtroom because they have been responsible for terrible acts against people in Iraq and Syria, the other is children and spouses. No matter, it must be handled, says NATO commander.Not gone
Saturday announced Observatørgruppa Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) that the U.S.-supported syrian rebels have taken control of the ICE' last enclave in Syria.Caliphate is lost in its entirety
- It is a milestone, an important victory. It is not long since IS controlled a land mass the size of the united Kingdom and 3 million people were under their brutal control, " says Stoltenberg.
He warns, however, against believing that the threat from ICE is gone.
- It is not the way that the fight against ICE is over. It is still an organization that exists and which will operate in Iraq and Syria. We must also avoid that the caliphate that they have lost in Iraq and Syria, now all of a sudden occurs in Afghanistan, says NATO commander.the united STATES out?
Now, the question is what the united STATES does, whether the country is going to pull their forces out of Syria. It believes prime minister Erna Solberg will be able to have unfortunate consequences.- Talk with your children about the 22. July
- To have an american presence when the Syrian final structures are set, it will be difficult for the democratic forces in the country. Then there is Iran, Turkey and Russia that have the largest influence, and that, I think, is unfortunate for the democratic development in Syria, " says Solberg.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, is not as direct when Dagbladet asks if he thinks the united STATES will come to pull out. Stoltenberg, met the us vice-president Mike Pence in Munich on Saturday.
No one wants to be on the ground in Syria for longer than is necessary. NATO is not on the ground in Syria, but leaves the assessment to the countries that are there, " he says.Therefore, we should still fear the ICE Dagbladet Plus