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US recommendations for Syrian Kurds to keep weapons after Washington's withdrawal

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Post by rocky Sat 29 Dec 2018, 1:57 am


US recommendations for Syrian Kurds to keep weapons after Washington's withdrawal

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US commanders have recommended that PKK fighters keep the weapons they have obtained from the United States after withdrawing from Syria, Reuters reported in a report on Saturday.
"These recommendations are part of discussions on a draft plan drawn up by the US military, while the Defense Department's recommendation will ultimately not be made known to the White House," the report quoted three officials who declined to be identified as saying.
"The plan is to be presented to the White House in the coming days for the president to make the final decision," the Pentagon said. "Commenting on what will happen on these weapons will be inappropriate and premature."
Pentagon spokesman Sean Robertson said: "Planning is under way and focuses on implementing an orderly and disciplined withdrawal of troops while every possible action is taken to ensure the safety of our troops."
"Trump abruptly ordered last week the full withdrawal of US troops from Syria, drawing widespread criticism and prompting Defense Secretary Jim Matisse to resign." Ending / 25 z

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Four US officials said leaders planning to withdraw US troops from Syria would recommend allowing Kurdish fighters fighting "to" to keep weapons supplied to them by the United States.
This comes in a move likely to irritate Turkey, Washington's ally in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Three of these officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the recommendations were part of discussions on a draft US military plan. It did not know what the Pentagon would eventually recommend to the White House.
US President Donald Trump officially announced last Wednesday the start of the withdrawal of his troops from Syria, without specifying a timetable for this sudden move.
Pentagon spokesman Sean Robertson declined to comment clearly on the question of the fate of US weapons supplied to Washington by Syria after the US withdrawal.
Robertson said in his written response that he "can not provide details of the ongoing operations under the Pentagon policy," adding that the focus at the moment is to "withdraw US forces from Syria safely."



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US commanders are planning to withdraw US troops from Syria and recommend allowing Kurdish fighters fighting an insurgency to keep weapons supplied by the United States in a move likely to anger Turkey, US officials said.
According to the Reuters news agency, three of these officials said the names of these officials, these recommendations are part of discussions on a draft plan for the US military.
The Pentagon's recommendation to the White House was not known at the end of the day.
Officials said the discussions were in their early stages within the Pentagon and no decision had yet been made.
The plan will then be presented to the White House in the coming days for President Donald Trump to make the final decision.
The Pentagon said commenting on what would happen on those weapons would be "inappropriate" and premature.
"Planning is under way and is focused on implementing an orderly and disciplined withdrawal of forces while every possible action is taken to ensure the safety of our troops," said Pentagon spokesman Sean Ruperton.
One US official said the United States had told the people's protection units that it would provide them with weapons until the fighting against a militant organization ended.
"The fighting is not over, we can not simply begin to ask for the return of arms," ​​the official said.
The proposal to leave weapons supplied by the United States with the People's Protection Units, which could include anti-tank missiles, armored vehicles and mortars, would reassure Kurdish allies that they would not be abandoned.
"The idea that we will be able to restore them is foolish, so we will leave them in place," a US official said.



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