Kerry said that in order to maintain security in the north of Syria need 30 thousand. Soldiers

To maintain the “security zone” in northern Syria may be required contingent of 15 to 30 thousand. Soldiers, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in a speech before the Senate.

“According to Pentagon estimates, to ensure that this security zone in the north, we have 15 to 30 thousand soldiers We are ready to agree to this we are ready to send them to the ground operation..?”, - Quotes his statement television channel ABC.

Despite the signing of ceasefire, transmits television channel ABC, in Washington there are talks about the so-called “Plan B” in Syria, which is in the conduct of military operations if the ceasefire is violated

25 February 2016

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