This is possible with the so called
EVM and ISC are inherently very different platforms. Some EVM-specific actions (e.g., manipulating Ethereum tokens) are disabled, and EVM contracts can access ISC-specific functionality through the ISC Magic Contract.
The Magic contract is an EVM contract deployed by default on every ISC chain, in the EVM genesis block, at address 0x1074000000000000000000000000000000000000. The implementation of the Magic contract is baked-in in the evm core contract); i.e. it is not a pure-Solidity contract.
The Magic contract has several methods, which are categorized into specialized interfaces: ISCSandbox, ISCAccounts, ISCUtil and so on. You can access these interfaces from any Solidity contract by importing the ISC library.
The Magic contract also provides proxy ERC20 contracts to manipulate ISC base tokens and native tokens on L2.
asNFTID from ISCTypes.sol calls:
So if you have the tokensID as bytes32 instead of uint256, you could call that directly
Here's an example of usage:
Credit goes to Jorge on the IOTA Discord