The poor American policy in Syria resulted in the fact that American servicemen, who run a mission there, became one of the main prisoners of this policy. The Pentagon cheerfully reports that has withdrawn 50 soldiers to Iraq, but forgets to add: there’re at least 1100 left. The atmosphere of uncertainty that has developed in north-eastern Syria threatens to US forces’ security. They are “Target A” for all parties to the conflict without exception. Besides American troops including instructors who trained SDF near the Turkish border, Trump’s order to withdraw troops has also surprised the UK and French troops. American allies haven’t even warned them about troops’ withdrawal. Due to this fact, there’s a “traffic jam” in Qamishli, northern part of Hasakeh province, which consists of more than one thousand officers and men of US-led International Coalition, who were redeployed there from different CPs inside Syria. As a result, there is insufficient amount of Coalition vehicles for transferring their contingent to Iraqi bases.