The Danish military will deploy soldiers to northeast Syria to assist the US-led coalition in the fight against Daesh, Chief Pentagon Spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said in a statement on Friday.

“The United States welcomes the announcement by the Danish Government to make a military deployment to Syria in support of Operation Inherent Resolve and to continue to share the burden and responsibilities of this important mission,” Hoffman said.

“Our Danish partners will work with the residual US military force in northeast Syria to support stability and security.”

Earlier this year, the US admitted that forces of the coalition had killed at least 1,319 civilians during operations against terrorists in Syria and Iraq since August 2014.

The two countries became a foothold for the US-led coalition of more than 70 countries to carry out military operations against Daesh*. The coalition’s operations were not authorised either by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad or the UN Security Council.

 

Source: Sputnik

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Something’s rotten in the state of . . .

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notonato

Bwahahahahah!!!!

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Marg bar jomhuri Eslami

Is Daesh now a codename for… Turkey?

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Joe Yousef

THE US IS A WORSE THREAT THAN ISIS RIGHT NOW.

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Karel Vd Geest

For IS yes. For islamist Jihadis, yes. For Assad, no, unless he attacks. Then he will be wiped out.

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This is just for show more than anything. Denmark is deploying 14 mental health therapy medics. It’s a PR stunt by the US.

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In Denmark the danish government said it is deploying field hospitals and staff, not soldiers for battle……..so who is lying.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Well, this is just another NATO movement. Let us see what is the meaning of this later.

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Karel Vd Geest

Wellcome Danes. Hope the Dutch will follow.

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Pietka

Who is using the familie brain @ the moment Karel!? keep looking at the NOS ( Fabeltjeskrant)and be a Good greenfacist volkskrant NRC and other dutch msm are far better medium for you to react