The United States said it had reached a close agreement with Russia for the organization of American and Russian warplanes movement over Syria and will announce the details Tuesday, but stressed that this document 'does not live up to the strategic cooperation'. He said White House spokesman Josh Ernst in a press briefing on Monday that this the document was 'to ensure the organization of the movement of aircraft and pilots speak English during the halo flying over Syrian airspace in order to avoid accidents.' Ernst stressed that this document, which came after three rounds of military talks between the two countries 'does not rise to the level of any kind of strategic cooperation at all' . The spokesman said the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) Jeff Davis on Monday that the agreement protocol could be signed as of Tuesday, and said 'we are very close, we have a document almost ready for signing. "He explained that the planned between Washington and Moscow measures are not part of a broader agreement on the the way they intervene accordingly countries in Syria. He said Davis 'As you know, we are opposed to basically everything that Russia is doing in Syria simply, and look for an agreement to focus on security problems in the' Syrian airspace. and implement Russia's air strikes in Syria since September 30 / last September to support Bashar al-Assad's regime, while waging an international coalition led by the United States air strikes against what it says are sites for the organization of the Islamic state in Syria since September / September 2014.
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