Meanwhile, not a single relatively large Chinese news agency confirms information that PLA units may soon be deployed to Syrian territory.
At the moment, the chairman of the PRC is making a state visit to the United States and, when covering this visit, neither the Chinese nor the American media come out with publications confirming material from a Lebanese source.
It should be noted that in NATO there is a discrepancy between the positions of the members of the alliance regarding further actions towards Syrian President Bashar Assad. If Washington declares that Assad should leave his post immediately, then Turkish President Erdogan after a visit to Moscow notes that the decision on the fate of Assad must be transferred until the so-called Islamic State is destroyed in Syria. At the same time, the actions of the Turkish army, to put it mildly, do not quite coincide with the statements of the head of state, as the Turkish Air Force does not strike ISIS positions, but against Kurdish armed forces, ISIL opposing.