Pentagon: We follow developments in Syria and call for de-escalation

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US Department of Defense (Pentagon) Deputy Spokesperson Sabrina Singh said that her country is following developments in Syria, calling for de-escalation.

And she stated in the daily press conference, on Tuesday, that the Pentagon continues to follow what is happening in the field, adding, by saying: “We call on all parties to reduce escalation in all its dimensions.”

Singh claimed that all the attacks carried out by the parties in the region affect the fight against ISIS, noting that the United States has not changed its deployment in the region.

In response to a question about who do you mean by “all parties”, Singh evaded the answer by saying: “You saw from open sources that Turkey was attacked last week, then we saw air strikes in Iraq and Syria. We call on the parties to stop all conflicts.”

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Earlier, Tuesday, the strategic communications coordinator at the US National Security Council, John Kirby, stated that Turkey faces a terrorist threat on its southern border, and has the right to defend itself.

At dawn on Sunday, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced that its forces had launched the “claw-sword” air operation against the sites of “YPG / PKK” terrorists in northern Iraq and Syria.

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