Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said that the procedures for re-organizing ISIS foreigners will begin, and that the number of them is about 1200 people.
Turkey has criticized Western countries for refusing to reclaim their citizens who left to join ISIS in Syria and Iraq, and stripped some of their nationalities, while Ankara was behind facilitating their accession to jihadists to destabilize the regime in Syria.
It is unclear whether Turkey will be able to return those stripped of their nationalities. Britain stripped more than 200 people of their nationality on suspicion of joining jihadist groups abroad.
Prominent cases, such as the British young woman Shamima Begum and Jack Littes, have sparked lengthy court proceedings and a heated political debate in Britain.