"Sweden will not take the initiative to the children of IS-connected which may have Swedish connections, is taken to Sweden."
"But two biståndsmiljoner has been earmarked for refugee camp in Syria, where many of them are."
"– It is to meet the urgent needs in the camp, " says Patric Nilsson at the foreign ministry."
"The two million paid out from the assisting authority Page to the charity Save the Children's work in the al-Hol camp, in the kurdkontrollerade parts of northern Syria, where many IS supporters with families taken after the terrorgruppens case."
"Money goes to ensure that basic needs – such as food, hygiene and medical care – taken care of," says Patric Nilsson, press officer at the foreign MINISTRY."
"How many children with Swedish ties, which find themselves in the camp is unclear. Relief agencies, on-site estimates, according to data TT that it could be upwards of 80 children."
"the state Department will currently not take the initiative to the children being brought to Sweden. Those who want to get the consular help required to appear on any of Sweden's diplomatic missions, a consulate or embassy, make an assessment."
"– It will continue to be so we need to look at each individual case for itself. So it must be and it will not change, " said Patric Nilsson."
"Investigations can be complicated, among other things, that many of the children are born in the war in Syria."
"– When it comes to the documentation that is needed is the often not only poor but non-existent, which means that it is legally problematic. The situation we have even if the child would be taken to a Swedish mission abroad, " says Patric Nilsson."
"A much-publicized case is gothenburg ICE-recruiter Michael Skråmos seven children. Skråmo and the children's mother is dead, but their relatives are struggling to get the kids to Sweden. Kurdish authorities do not, however, relinquish the children without an official request from Sweden."
" We have not received any request from the kurdish authorities. We need to have in order to have something to start from and be able to act, " says Patric Nilsson."