The U.S. withdrawal from Syria expels the restrictions for Turkey to annihilate Syrian Kurdish powers and could prompt a progressively unsafe period of Syria’s affable war. The President’s declaration double-crosses Washington’s essential accomplice on the ground, Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which control almost 33% of Syria. It leaves other regional partners particularly Israel progressively helpless against Iran and Hezbollah, which have a strong presence in Syria. Without the United States in Syria, local militant groups will rely upon Russia and Iran to accomplish their interests.
The U.S. withdrawal from Syria along with the decision to transfer Patriot Missile Systems to Turkey yet to be approved by Congress will do a lot to fix ties between the United States. Turkish President had reported that he would postpone an arranged invasion into Northern Syria; if the Turkish military does attack and drive to the Iraqi outskirt to attempt to obliterate the YPG, the Peoples’ Protection Units, and render Syrian Kurdish self-rule disputable, Turkey could wind up secured an unpredictable war in a remote nation.
As indicated by press reports and different examinations, the YPG, part of the SDF numbers somewhere in the range of thirty thousand to sixty thousand troopers, and they have increased noteworthy battle involvement throughout the most recent four years. It is to be noted that these Kurds are relatively sure to make an arrangement with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, expected to be backed by Russia and Iran. President Assad may grant them limited autonomy but they will no longer be backed by USA.