Members of the Biden campaign have held a meeting with Syrians to discuss issues related to the conflict and the administration’s approach, should Biden be elected writes Asharq Al-Awsat. An adviser to Democratic candidate Biden’s campaign told a group of Syrians that, if the Biden administration sees the light [meaning: comes to power], “it will make clear to Russian President Vladimir Putin that there can be no American, or European, support for the reconstruction of Syria unless political reform takes place, and that reform must be meaningful [meaning: replaces the existing Government]. Additionally, the main humanitarian issues must be addressed, and presidential accountability must take place[meaning: Bashar al-Assad must be captured, tried by his victorious enemies, and executed]. Biden stressed the need to release prisoners, while keeping the US sanctions on the Syrian regime and the entities that deal with it in place, including Russia.”
If anything, Biden will increase, not decrease, the invasion of Syria. He will be continuing what U.S. President Barack Obama had started, and what U.S. President Donald Trump had (though with reduced intensity) continued. The plan started even prior to 2011.