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    The Washington Post reveals an American plan in Syria

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    The Washington Post reveals an American plan in Syria Empty The Washington Post reveals an American plan in Syria

    Post by Rocky Sun 18 Mar 2018, 2:45 am

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    The Washington Post reveals an American plan in Syria
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump has raised an idea for Saudi Arabia's King Salman to speed up the US exit from Syria in return for paying Saudi money, the Washington Post reported.
    According to the article published on March 16, Trump offered King Salman a telephone call last December to speed up the termination of the US military presence in Syria, in return for $ 4 billion from the kingdom.
    According to unnamed sources, Trump explained to King Salman and his son, Prince Mohammed, the amount needed to end US commitments in Syria.
    The White House wants to get money from Saudi Arabia and other countries to help rebuild and stabilize the Syrian parts liberated by the US military and its local allies from a sympathetic organization. The goal after the war is to prevent Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his Russian and Iranian partners from gaining access to areas , Or a return to it. "
    The Washington Post reported that the Saudis, whose crown prince will arrive in Washington next Monday for extended meetings with the US administration, are asking about the sudden amount!
    According to the American newspaper, Trump, who "has always opposed the unequal division among members of the US-led coalition, is forcing members to pay the expensive post-war bill."


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