Turkey, Russia, Syria, And Iran Condemn U.S. Plans To Establish A 30,000 Kurdish Military Force In Syria

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Reuters: Turkey, Russia, Syria, and Iran all bash 'terror army' of US-backed kurds

* Iran, Turkey, Syria, and Russia have all come out against the US's announced plan to back a force of 30,000 mainly Kurdish fighters to operate along Syria's border with Turkey and Iran.
* Syria's president desribed the force as a "terror army," in keeping with a long tradition of calling all who oppose him of being terrorists.
* Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi urged the US to leave Syria immediately.

LONDON (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday a new U.S.-backed, 30,000-strong force inside Syria would "fan the flames of war", echoing the vehement response of Syria, Turkey and Russia to the plan.

On Sunday, the U.S.-led coalition said it was working with its Syrian militia allies, the mainly Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), to set up a force that would operate along the borders with Turkey and Iraq, as well as within Syria.

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More News On Turkey, Russia, Syria, And Iran Condemning U.S. Plans To Establish A 30,000 Kurdish Military Force In Syria

Iran adds to criticism of US-trained Kurdish force in Syria -- ABC News/AP
Iran Says Trump Fanning 'Flames of War' With New Syria Force -- Newsweek
Erdogan: we will 'strangle' US-backed force in Syria "before it's even born" -- Reuters
Syria war: Turkey denounces US 'terror army' plan for border -- BBC
Turkish President Steps Up Threats on US-backed Militia in Syria -- Voice of America
Syria denounces US-led coalition 'border force' plan -- Indian Express/AFP
Russia's top diplomat says US not interested in keeping Syria's territorial integrity -- TASS

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