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Exclusive: Syria’s president said he would ‘welcome’ American troops into his country to fight ISIS [Video]

11.2.17

Exclusive: Syria’s president said he would ‘welcome’ American troops into his country to fight ISIS [Video]: Assad made the comments in an exclusive interview with Yahoo News amid reports that President Trump is considering sending more U.S. troops and Apache helicopters into Syria. “If the Americans are genuine, of course, they are welcome, like any other country that wants to defeat and to fight with the terrorists,” Assad said.

But, he added, any such move must include respect for “the sovereignty of Syria” as has been shown by his ally, Russia. Asked if he could see cooperation between the United States and Russia to attack ISIS in Syria, Assad replied that it was “essential” and called for a “rapprochment between the Russians and the Americans.”


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