Kerry: the presence of US special forces in Syria will increase pressure on Daash
US Secretary of State John Kerry said, "The presence of US special forces in Syria will increase pressure on Daash", adding that "US President Barack Obama, decided to allow the presence of US special forces operating in Syria."
And between Kerry at a conference on diplomatic security in Washington, held yesterday, "we set out to close the border between Syria and Turkey and Snagafl what is left of it in cooperation with the Turkish authorities," stressing "the need not to delay in the exchange of intelligence information between States regarding the Bdaash and terrorism, and to move and cooperation to defeat the organization ".
"We will continue our campaign to prevent the smuggling of Daash oil which is used to finance the same," pointing to "make progress against Daash in Syria and Iraq."
"We want a united and secular Syria, through the formation of a transitional government," explaining that "after a year and a half there will be elections in Syria."
The US Secretary of State John Kerry, had arrived in Paris to mourn the dead of last week's attacks in the French capital Paris, and to express support for the main US ally in the war against "Daash".
It is said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, confirmed that global problems such as terrorism and the war in Syria, and the refugee crisis has reminded us that the terrorist attacks in Paris once again, require a truly global answers.
Erdogan and carry "state terrorism" practiced by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad unjust system, is responsible for the refugee crisis, and the emergence of "Daash" organization, which is a threat to all countries of the world, as well as the terrible suffering in Syria, and killed more than 360 thousand people.
The organization "Daash" adopted attacks in Paris (November 13 of this), and carried out in six different locations, which resulted in 132 dead and more than 350 wounded, as announced by French President, the state of emergency in the country, and the closure of the border to prevent the escape of the perpetrators of the attacks, which targeted restaurants, plazas and one of them took place near France International Stadium, which was home to a match between France and Germany.
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