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Save the Children: this shows that it is possible to get them home

Save the Children has previously directed sharp criticism against the government for allowing children to suspected ICE-terrorists suffer in the syrian camp. On Tuesday afternoon said the kurds Sverigerepresentant Shiyar Ali to the IS-terrorist Michael Skråmos children have left the camp in Syria and transferred into Iraq.

A source says the DN that the children are at the Swedish consulate in Erbil in the kurdish part of Iraq. Today's announcement about the Skråmos seven children is, according to Save the Children, an evidence that more children with a connection to Sweden can leave the camp.

of course, that the foreign MINISTRY is working with all the children that are in the area. Then these kids got a lot of attention, a relative have been in place and it has put pressure. I assume that relatives do not have to go down to get help, but this shows that it is possible to get them home. This shows that it is possible, then we assume that it is working quickly with the other children, " said Ola Mattsson, sweden country manager at Save the Children.

60 to 80 children with Swedish origin to be in the al-Hol camp. According to Ola Mattsson, the organisation has every day contact with swedes who are trying to get information about what's happening with their relatives in the al-Hol.

– They say that they do not get any information about the MFA on what's happening now. The foreign MINISTRY says that they respond, but the we have contact with are asking for desperate vengeance, but to get information. We have daily contact with relatives of people who have small children in the camps. Now get a group to leave Syria, but what happens with the others?, Ola says Mattson.

" We have a well-functioning legal system in Sweden and a good social services that can both make judgments about suspicion of a criminal offense and if the children need protection.

that they have contact with ”all relevant actors” that need to be involved in order for children to be able to get help. On the one hand with the kurds and with international actors on the ground in the camps:

”We also have contacts with Swedish municipalities in order to bring about a long-term solution. There should be no doubt that the government is doing what it can for these children and if possible, they must be brought to Sweden. Children should not have to reside in such camps. Each case must be handled individually. The children are in different situations. They are of different ages, and some of them are orphans. To identify swedes born at the place is difficult.”, writes Buster Mirow Emitslöf, presskommunikatör at the foreign MINISTRY in an email to DN on Tuesday night.

19 april that his maternal grandfather, Patricio Gálvez got the reply from the Swedish embassy to the kurdish-iraqi side has granted the authorisation to carry out the seven grandchildren to later take them to Sweden.

foreign Minister Margot Wallström has said that Sweden is working ”intensively” to children with a Swedish connection who are in Syria to get help. ”There should be no doubt that the government is doing what we can for these children and if possible, they must be brought to Sweden,” wrote Wallström on Facebook on 12 april.

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