The White House has announced the withdrawal of its troops from Syria within the next 100 days with President Trump stating that the US had managed to defeat Daesh* and thus should no longer stay in the Arab Republic.

Advisers to French President Emmanuel Macron met with representatives of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Kurdish militants and assured them of future support from Paris, Iranian PressTV reported, citing anonymous French official.

The advisers passed on a message of support and solidarity and explained to them the talks France had with US authorities to continue the fight against Daesh”, the official reportedly said.

The information surfaced soon after the US announced the withdrawal of its military forces from the Arab Republic.

The US president noted that Washington had deployed its troops in Syria to eliminate Daesh* and that with the competition of that task, they can finally return home.

At the same time, France has decided to keep its presence in Syria and continue the fight against the remaining terrorist forces.

 

 

Source: Sputnik

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Where will France get billions of dollars to build Raqqa when it can’t even solve problems regarding yellow vest protestors at home?

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@amarussa, get off your welfare bu.m attitudes. Where does it say anyone from the EU must pay up for things the US have destroyed?

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Funny fact, the Yellow Vests are NOT an issue : typical French way of pressuring the government into concessions which actually were made! I personally managed to have a €1231 cut in my 2018 taxes last week!
Mass protests/strikes are a well known national sport in France, dude 😉
Maybe should you watch Michaël Youn’s “Vive la France” comedy movie, it’d help you understand how things are here (in a very exagerated way, for sure, but hey, it’s a comedy), LOL 🙂

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Does this mean the French will stand in line in front of the Turks ?

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french exported zio terrorism will thrive under sdf

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@za313, why don’ You call Yourself zio313?

SDF/YPG are mutual self defense organizations founded against ZIO sponsored Jiahdi when the official Syrian forces were forced to cut lines East of the Euphrates.

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Update!!! Kurds finally are getting into the reality. Co-president of the Syrian Democratic Council Riad Darar after numerous meetings with the Syrian Government representatives in Kamishli stated: “Syrian Army is the symbol of the country, protecting the borders along with SAA is a national action. Federalism project was a necessity in the past but we changed it with democratic decentralization.” Kurds finally realized they don’t have another choice but to join together with the Syrian government.

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@USR, Thx for update.

“democratic decentralization” is an aspect of federalism.

I have no idea what the Kurds leaders have understood under Federalism until now.

p.s. The federal army is the main defense of a federation while provincial police forces and even militias that support the army in this may be parallel. In the state of emergency all are commanded by the federal army high command but below a certain level the officers are provincially selected.

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Except that jihad is not funded by Israel but actually by both Sunni and Shia shitlamists, main funders are Qatar, Turkey and Iran (since it seems that MBS has cut financial support to such creeps). Actually, jihad is said being a duty for Muslims in Koran which also says that infidels must convert, pay the jizya (‘religious’ racket) or be killed. In other terms, we’ll have to fight these creeps forever unless… we vaporise the Ka’aba which will simply make the hajj impossible, thus breaking one of the main pillars of Islam… In fact, EU is under threat as much… Read more »

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@Daeshbags-Sux, I used Zio because he swears by the word and because it is a capitalist oil war. Capital from the US, Qatar and KSA was into the Cabal.

I doubt that he knows what Zio stands for. Jews who do not want to integrate into their homelands’ societies. They wanted a Zio home of the faithful. And I see a tendency in Islamic immigrants to be Zios. The West will not tolerate any theocracy.

My history says that it is dangerous to be Zio.

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@Stern : za666 or za616 will fit him better.

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@Daeshbags-Sux, make it zio… or soisanteneuf.

Make no war but…

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French are a real joke! They have less than 500 solders (most of them black) in Syria. Kurds know very well they cannot rely on them. Kurds finally are getting into the reality. Co-president of the Syrian Democratic Council Riad Darar after numerous meetings with the Syrian Government representatives in Kamishli stated: “Syrian Army is the symbol of the country, protecting the borders along with SAA is a national action. Federalism project was a necessity in the past but we changed it with democratic decentralization.” Kurds finally realized they don’t have another choice but to join together with the Syrian… Read more »

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So, NATO member France will help the Kurds fight NATO member Turkey?

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@Mordax, possibly if that is needed for the fight against IS.