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U.S. says Syrian regime ‘would be wise’ to stay out of Kurdish areas



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U.S. says Syrian regime ‘would be wise’ to stay out of Kurdish areas

Post by rocky on Wed 24 Aug 2016, 6:14 am

U.S. says Syrian regime ‘would be wise’ to stay out of Kurdish areas
Posted on August 24, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Kurdistan

Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook. Photo: DoD/Senior Master Sgt. Adrian Cadiz

WASHINGTON,— Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said the regime in Syria “would be wise to avoid areas” where coalition forces are operating, and warned that the US is ready to send warplanes to defend its forces.
Cook was speaking to reporters on Tuesday when he was asked if the US has established a de-facto no-fly zone over northeast Syria [Syrian Kurdistan] to stop regime warplanes from bombing areas where coalition troops have been operating in support of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
“It would be wise (for Syrian regime warplanes) to avoid areas where coalition forces have been operating. And we will continue to defend them and if need be we will send aircraft again to defend ourselves,” he said.

Asked if that meant defending the SDF, Cook simply reiterated the US commitment to supporting coalition forces and their partners in operations against Islamic State (IS).
In spite of clashes in Hasaka with regime forces, Cook made clear that the US was not going to support the Kurds against the regime in the current battles.
“Our fight and focus is with ISIL (IS)” Cook explained. “And we’ll continue to conduct ourselves on the ground in those partnered operations focused on ISIL. And we’ll continue to take steps that we need to make sure that our forces remain as safe as possible in that effort.”

Last Thursday, Syrian warplanes bombed the Syrian Kurds for the first time in the city of Hasaka in Syrian Kurdistan, amid clashes between Kurds and regime forces there. The bombs landed near US commandos who are there assisting the Kurds in their war against IS. The US responded by scrambling stealthy F-22 Raptor jet fighters, which arrived over Hasaka just as the bombers left.
On Friday two Syrian aircraft tried to fly over Hasaka but diverted course after two US F-22s came within one mile of them.
Syrian airstrikes and artillery bombardments in Hasaka have caused thousands of civilians in the city to evacuate.

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Re: U.S. says Syrian regime ‘would be wise’ to stay out of Kurdish areas

Post by duck2000 on Wed 24 Aug 2016, 6:17 am

what more red lines we WONT follow?

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