Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

White house: United States will soon leave Syria

White house: United States will soon leave Syria

Amid reports that Vladimir Putin-led Russian Federation is planning a major retaliation against the United States, triggering fears of World War 3, the White House has asserted that the USA mission in Syria "has not changed".

A United States presidential spokesperson says President Donald Trump still wants USA troops to pull out of Syria as soon as possible.

Sanders also reminded that the main task of the U.S. is in the complete defeat of the grouping "Islamic state" and "the creation of conditions to prevent its return".

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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders made the remark in a statement on Sunday, one day after the airstrikes on Syria by the United States, Britain and France. Eastern Daylight Time on April 13, 2018, at my direction, United States military forces, acting in concert with French and British military forces, struck Syrian military chemical weapons-related facilities...

"We also persuaded him that we needed to limit the strikes to chemical weapons sites after things got a little carried away over tweets", Macron told reporters. "The goal of this military action was to degrade the Syrian military's ability to conduct further chemical weapons attacks and to dissuade the Syrian government from using or proliferating chemical weapons", the text of Trump's letter to Congress said.

"They have not used chlorine themselves but they have methodically built the worldwide community's inability to act through diplomatic channels to stop the use of chemical weapons".

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