Machine translated from German
Various US military representatives from the so-called anti-ISIS coalition in Syria and Iraq have proven to be the most witty American individuals in terms of assessments of the overall situation in Syrian Idlib.
After the former special representative of the coalition, Brett MC Gurk, announced in 2017 that there had been no safer haven for Al-Qaida since September 11 than the Syrian Idlib, the spokesman for the US-led anti-ISIS coalition, Colonel Myles B. Caggins recently spoke and announced the following:
.@OIRSpox Colonel Myles Caggins says the #Idlib province is a "magnet" for terrorist groups who are a "nuisance, a menace and a threat" to the hundreds of thousands of civilians in Syria, who are just "trying to make it through the winter."
— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 20, 2020
“The province of Idlib is apparently a magnet for terrorist groups. Especially since it is an unregulated room in many ways. There are a large number of groups on site, all of which are a nuisance, a danger and a threat to civilians. The hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians who just want to make it through the winter looking for hope and will to survive. ”
Colonel Caggins made this statement when he was interviewed a few days ago by the British news channel SKY-News about the situation in Idlib.
In support of his statement, the spokesman for “Operation Inherent Resolve” (OIR anti-Isis mission), retweeted the excerpt from the SKY News interview on his personal Twitter account, which includes the above quotation ,