BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:15 P.M.) -The U.S. proposed refugees at the Rukban Camp in southern Homs leave the area for Syrian government-held territories, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday afternoon.

The Russian Foreign Ministry did not provide anymore details regarding this alleged proposition by the U.S. military.

The U.S. and Russian governments have been at odds over the fate of the Rukban Refugee Camp, with both sides trading accusations over the suffering of the people there.

Due to the U.S.’ control over the Tanf Zone in southern Homs, the Damascus and Moscow have blamed Washington for the plight of the refugees, adding that their occupation of this vast desert area has done more harm than good.

In turn, the U.S. has accused the Syrian and Russian governments of purposely prohibiting aid from reaching the Rukban Camp.

With the recent departure of one of the largest U.S.-backed rebel groups in the Tanf Zone, it appears that the U.S. is working to find a solution to issue with the Rukban Camp and their eventual departure from the area.

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ameritards are zio oppressors

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Gee, I wonder how many of those newly trained vermin, leave the camp and cause havoc – God I hate the US.

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Oh, in the end, they always end doing the right thing, the problem being they will try anything that doesn’t works before.

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Russia and Syria stopped aid delivery? How? Did they blockade all of Jordan? The US seems to have been able to access supplies. Just more lies from the US military. They’ve probably stripped the refugees of all the fighting age men. I’m disgusted with our military, they are worse than our politicians…and that’s saying something.