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Sdf Syria Agreement

BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) – The Syrian army is deployed along the border with Turkey as part of a deal with the Kurdish government in northern Syria to repel a Turkish offensive, the Kurdish government said on Sunday. On September 6, the Syrian Democratic Forces (which serve as NES forces) agreed with the Syrian army to open a new border crossing near the town of Al-Salihiyah, which is expected to promote trade and commerce between residents living in areas controlled by the Syrian government and the NES. or, other than that. [95] Between these two ends of the political spectrum, a surer way for the United States would be to commit to a possible gradual withdrawal, linked to the establishment of a negotiated agreement that would protect the millions of civilians living under SDF control from a violent free pour-tout that ISIS elements could exploit.