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Saudi Arabia says open to sending troops to Syria under wider coalition

2018/04/17 | 19:45

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Date: 2018/04/17 - 7:12 PM

WAAR-DUHOK:

Saudi Arabia would send troops to Syria under the US-led coalition if a decision was taken to widen it, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on Tuesday.

“We are in discussion with the US and have been since the beginning of the Syrian crisis about sending forces into Syria,” Jubeir told a news conference in Riyadh with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

He added that Riyadh had previously proposed this idea to former US President Barack Obama.

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