The US leading military coalition in Syria initiated the process of withdrawing troops from the infested region. An American Defense Chief confirmed Fox News on Friday.
The United States launched the "process of our deliberate withdrawal from Syria," said Col. Sean Ryan, a spokesman for the coalition who is in conflict with the Islamic state.
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"Of concern for operational security, we will not discuss specific timelines, locations or troop movements," Ryan said in a statement to the Associated Press.
The election seemed to have begun Thursday night according to the Syrian Human Rights Observatory, which monitors the conflict in Syria through ground activists. A convoy of about 1
The first selections come under confusion over plans to implement President Donald Trump's trigger orders and threats from Turkey to attack the Kurds, who are US allies in the fight against ISIS.
Trump's decision to remove troops from Syria sent shockwaves through the contaminated area and led the defense secretary James Mattis to resign.
US National Security Adviser John Bolton said Sunday US troops will not leave northern Syria until ISIS is defeated and US-backed Kurds are protected. State Secretary Mike Pompeo has also tried to assure the Kurds that they will be safe after the United States fully withdraws.
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There are 2000 US troops in Syria.
] Fox News & # 39; Lucas Tomlinson and the Associated Press contributed to this report.