Kiev: The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS), led by the Kurds, have agreed with the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad to send troops to northern Syria to stop the Turkish offense.
It is reported by The Washington Post.
It is noted that the message of the Syrian Democratic Forces on an agreement with the Assad government, which is supported by Iran and Russia, will reduce the likelihood of a further presence of US troops in Syria.
Negotiations continued for several days. Then the democratic forces came to the conclusion that they can no longer count on the United States, its main ally over the past five years.
While it is not known exactly when and where the Syrian troops should be deployed. According to the publication, the troops are likely to enter the border areas from the cities of Manbizh and Koban.
Earlier today, October 13, it became known that the Assad army announced the transfer of troops to the north of Syria to stop the Turkish offense, at the same time, the US is evacuating its soldiers from this area.
Prior to this, US President Donald Trump instructed to prepare sanctions against Turkey.