Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Sunday that he was”very relieved” concerning the return of their kids and three of the moms.
“All these are humanitarian instances, particularly orphans and children with ailments, instances where the death was desperately required,” Maas added.
‘Further instances’ to follow
“This fantastic news just before Christmas makes us convinced that we’ll have the ability to organize the recurrence of additional cases also,” he stated, adding that the authorities would urge the return of other people from coming weeks and weeks.
Maas said the yield was organized in collaboration with Finland, which repatriated six kids and two girls.
He didn’t further identify the girls or kids. On the other hand, the German weekly Bild am Sonntag reported that three girls had left Germany in recent years to combine the so-called Islamic Condition group Syria. The newspaper identified the girls as Merve A., Yasmin A., and Leonora M.
Woman detained upon arrival
Germany’s federal prosecutor’s office said on Sunday a German citizen named Leonora M. was arrested upon her arrival at Frankfurt airport.
The girl is accused of all this terrorist group Islamic State and crimes against humanity.
Countless Europeans — such as young girls — abandoned the continent in recent years to combine the ranks of their so-called Islamic State band in Syria and Iraq.
Many died, while some had been arrested and detained by Turkish, Kurdish, or Iraqi police, who were excited to deport them and their kids back into Europe. European authorities, however, have been unwilling to take their frequently radicalized citizens.