No, US is not completely withdrawing its forces from Syria

The US said on Thursday, February 21, that a small contingent of its troops will stay back in Syria even though President Donald Trump had ordered for a “full” withdrawal of its forces from the war-ravaged country.

In a statement, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said: “A small peace keeping group of about 200 will remain in Syria for (a) period of time.” In December last year, the US president ordered a “full” and “rapid” pull-out of the military from Syria saying that the Islamic State had been defeated.

The decision met strong criticism both within the US and outside as experts and Washington’s allies predicted major security collapse as a result of such decision. Read More

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