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The US Army leads in the region an international coalition formed by more than 60 countries that fight Islamist terrorism.
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, assured that the US Armed Forces, which are leading in Syria the international coalition that fights jihadist terrorism in the region, will leave the country very soon, and pointed out that the time has come for others to come. take charge of the matter.
“We are crushing the Islamic State (IS), we will be leaving Syria very soon,” Trump said during a speech in the town of Richfield, just outside of Cleveland.
This abandonment, is due to the abandonment of Kurdish fighters who have moved to the north, because these fighters chose to face the Turkish offensive in Afrin and Manbech has affected the fight against Islamists who are currently concentrated in the Valley of the Euphrates River.
This situation has led the Department of Defense to reiterate, on several occasions, the importance of all the parties involved focusing on their common objective: the defeat of the Islamic State (IS). Trump delved into this point by declaring that the United States is in Syria for a single reason. “We are there for a reason: to find the EI, to finish with the EI and to go home,” he said.
Since he assumed the Presidency, Trump has advocated giving up the leading role in fighting the local troops, in order to reduce the US military presence abroad.
The US Army leads in the region an international coalition formed by more than 60 countries that fight Islamist terrorism, the main objective of the Inherent Resolve operation, which has the approval of a resolution of the United Nations Security Council.