Pentagon warns of ISIS resurgence in Syria
Report of the Inspector General of the Ministry of Defense: the remaining contingent in Syria is not enough to, &# 171; to prevent the resurgence of the “Islamic State”&# 187;
Washington’s plans to maintain a minimum number of US troops in Syria may turn into a resurgence of the Islamic State terrorist organization. This is stated in the report of the Inspector General of the Ministry of Defense, which was published on Tuesday..
Most often, criticism of the US plans to “partially withdraw” the military from Syria comes from NATO’s Joint Special Forces – Operation Unwavering Determination (CJTF-OIR). This structure monitors how the United States and coalition allies are fighting the “IS”.
“According to the CJTF-OIR, the reduction of the US military contingent will reduce the support provided to partners in Syria, at a time when their military needs training and equipment to combat revival "IG"”- writes General Glenn Fine, First Deputy Inspector General.
Coalition officials also told the Inspector General that the withdrawal of US troops could cause previously US-backed forces to turn their backs on Washington and seek “alternative partnerships and resources,” the report said..
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