The Chechen leader added that he had received pleas for help from women with children, who had been left in Afghanistan by their husbands. They were transferred to Afghanistan after Daesh started losing ground in Syria and Iraq.
About 100 women and children have already returned to Russia from Iraq and Syria. The process was launched in August after the RT broadcaster filmed a Baghdad orphanage housing Russian children, whose parents smuggled them out of the country, joined terrorists and then gave them up after the liberation of Iraq’s Mosul.
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