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The U.S. has “begun the process” of a deliberate troop withdrawal from Syria, according to a statement Friday from a U.S. military spokesman in Baghdad.
A U.S. official told ABC News that in recent days military equipment has been moved out of Syria into Iraq.
“CJTF-OIR has begun the process of our deliberate withdrawal from Syria,” said Col. Sean Ryan, a spokesman for the anti-ISIS coalition, citing the Department of Defense. “Out of concern for operational security, we will not discuss specific timelines, locations or troops movements.”
There are 2,000 U.S. troops in Syria and while the military has orders to follow the president’s decision to withdraw, they have no timelines attached for how long it will take.
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.