President Donald Trump signed a decree that charged the Pentagon within thirty days to develop a plan to destroy Islamic State organization (ISIS) in Syria and Iraq.
The text of the decree was posted on the White House Web site.
According to the text of the decree, the Pentagon should present a comprehensive strategy and a clear plan for the elimination of ISIS. In particular, it should provide diplomatic measures, information activities and cyber strategies designed to isolate and delegitimize ISIS radical Islamic ideology.
Also, the document provides the creation of a new coalition to fight ISIS. In addition, it provides the mechanisms of deprivation Islamic state of financial support, including financial transactions, money transfers, the income from the sale of oil and trafficking, profits from the sale of works of art and historical artifacts, all other sources of funding.
Earlier French President Francois Hollande urged the US president Donald Trump to not conduct a policy of protectionism, as this, according to him, will have economic and political consequences. Also, Hollande said that "sanctions against Russia can be lifted only when the situation in the east of Ukraine will be resolved", and after the full implementation of the Minsk agreements.