"The extradition procedures of foreign terrorist fighters are continuing. In this context, today, a foreign terrorist fighter from the UK will be deported back to London as 7 German foreign terrorist fighters will be sent back to Berlin," the ministry said.
An IS member from the U.S. detained by Turkish forces in northern Syria was extradited on November 11 at a border gate with Greece in the province of Edirne. As the Greek officers rejected the entrance of the IS member, the militant began to wait in the buffer zone between Greece and Turkey.
Following the denial of the Greek authorities, the Turkish Interior Ministry announced that the IS member would be accepted by the U.S. after Washington guaranteed to issue a travel document for the deportation of the detained American militant.