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President Trump on Tuesday accused the European Nations of the “refusal” to take back to ISIS prisoners that were originally from their countries, as he said, the decisions are made “” what to do with the nearly 2,000 ISIS fighters captured in the last attack on their now destroyed the Caliphate.
“We have 1,800 ISIS prisoners taken as hostages to destroy in our past battles 100% of the Caliphate in Syria. The decisions are taken now, what to do with these dangerous prisoners,” Trump tweeted on Tuesday.
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“The European countries are not helping at all, although this was very much done for your benefit. You refuse to accept the return of prisoners from the specific countries. Not good!”, he said.
The president’s tweets come to convince in the midst of a months-long efforts of European countries for their citizens, on the battlefield in the Middle East. The issue is more complicated, as Islamic state prisoners in Syria and in Iraq, the issue of the death penalty or torture if they remain in prison. The European Union, however, opposed to the death penalty.
The President was met with the resistance of the European Nations, as they consider how their citizens fighting in Syria at home to try out.
In February, the first President of the United Kingdom, France, Germany and other European Nato countries asked to “about 800 ISIS fighters, we are trapped in Syria and put them to the test.”
“The Caliphate is ready to fall. The alternative is not good that we will be forced to solve them,” Trump warned at the beginning of this year.
“The United States does not want to have to watch as these ISIS-fighters to penetrate Europe, where they are expected to. We do so much, and spend so much time for others to get up and work, you are able to do. We pull back to 100% Caliphate victory!” he tweeted in February.
At the time, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on CNBC that the return of terrorists would be in the EU “is a challenge for all of us.”
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the Russian foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, the EU and the USA blown up,
“Our Western colleagues from Europe, primarily, and from other parts of the world do not want to international terrorists and members of militias that were captured by the Americans and the Kurds on the Eastern edge of the Euphrates,” Lavrov said on Tuesday, according to Al-Masdar News.
“The Americans are threatening that they will give you the freedom, and that would be a terrible crime, I think. The Europeans refuse to take these criminals, even though they are citizens of the European States. The last thing I heard, to persuade that you try to take the Iraqi authorities. It’s not weird,” he added.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.