US-led Syrian commander wants to have up to 1500 members of American services in the country to assist in operations against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The leader of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), headed by the Kurds, told reporters on Monday that he hopes the US will stop plans to leave the country completely. President Trump says he was released because he "discovered" Case Against Trump McCabe: Trump said: "I'm Still, I Believe Putin," when faced with American information about North Korea. Announced in December.
"We would like to have a lid, air support and forces on the ground to coordinate with us," Kobani said at an air base in Syria, reports Reuters. The British and French troops are already in talks to stay in the country, he reportedly added, but stressed that "a partial group of American forces will remain an ideal".
"We would like to have an airbag, air support and
US Army General Joseph Woft replied on Monday that there are currently no plans for implementing the wishes of the SDF.
what they would like us to do, but of course this is not the way that we have at this particular point, "he says.
The president announced his victory over ISIS in December, announcing that more than 2,000 US troops in
"These victories over ISIS in Syria are not a signal of the end of the Global Coalition or its campaign," the White House said last year.
"We began to return the US troops as we move on to the next stage of this campaign," added spokeswoman Sarah Hukabi Sanders at that time. "The United States and our allies are ready to re-engage at all levels to defend US interests when it comes to and we will continue to work together to challenge the territory of radical Islamists, funding, support and any means of penetrating our borders. "