Video PlayerClose TIRANA, Nov. 7 (Xinhua) — An Albanian boy currently held at a refugee camp in Syria will return home, Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama announced on Thursday. In a Facebook post, Rama said that the Albanian police in cooperation with their Italian partners had made it possible for the boy, 11-year-old Alvin Berisha, to cross the Syrian border. Berisha had been kept at the Al-Hol refugee camp in northeast Syria, where wives and children of ISIS fighters are kept. Albania’s Minister of Interior Sander Lleshaj is escorting the boy to the Italian Embassy in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, from where he will be provided with the necessary documents to fly to his father who resides in Italy, Rama said. Rama expressed his deep gratitude to Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte for his support in following up the operation on the Italian side. Rama also thanked the two humanitarian organizations that had played a key role in this “extremely complex and dangerous operation.” The Albanian authorities, Rama said, will continue with their work and efforts to repatriate other children and women who are “held hostage in the Syrian prison camp.” Alvin Berisha was taken to Syria when he… Read full this story
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