The U.S. military is expected to announce a new war strategy on Monday that will focus primarily on war, death, and death threats against U.N. peacekeepers, officials said on Monday.
The new strategy will be called the “Warzone Strategic Planning and Development Plan,” according to the U.K.-based military consultancy GlobalSecurity.
The plan will focus largely on “counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics efforts and will be codified in U.n.
Security Council resolutions,” the firm said in a report.
In a news briefing on Monday, White House press secretary Jay Carney said the new strategy was “a significant step forward.”
Carney added that “there’s no doubt” the new U.s. strategy would be controversial and could lead to “unnecessary or dangerous consequences.”
A U. n. official said the U and U. S. governments were working on a plan to develop a new strategy.
“There will be a lot of discussion about the consequences and the implications of the new policy,” the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
The official said that while the U S. had been working on the plan for some time, the new draft is the culmination of several years of work between the U, S and other countries.
“We have been working very closely together, the White House and the U.” the official added.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment on the new war plan.
The United Nations and the United States have been at odds since the U was elected in 2000 and has been engaged in the war in Syria.
U. N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said earlier this year that the war could not continue indefinitely.
U S Secretary of State John Kerry called on his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov to end the fighting and said the two sides had agreed to “open a window of opportunity” for a cease-fire.
The U S and Russia have also been in negotiations over the possibility of holding a U.-N.-backed peacekeeping force in Syria, where the U-N.
Security Resolutions have called for the end of the war.
In February, the U of S and Russian peacekeepers agreed to form a “special mission” to Syria and a second mission in neighboring Lebanon, the third time they have formed such a mission.
In the wake of the U s announcement, U. s President Donald Trump tweeted that he was looking forward to meeting the U .
S. secretary of state, Nikki Haley.
Trump, a Republican, said he would not be attending the U ns peacekeeping mission in Lebanon unless Haley was invited.
“I want Nikki Haley, and I want the Secretary of the Treasury to come along with us and meet with us,” Trump said.
“It is absolutely imperative that we get this done.
I’m looking forward that we can get this thing done.”