And it would be carried out in such a way as to "make sure that the defence of Israel and our other friends in the region is absolutely assured, and to take care of those who have fought with us against ISIS and other terrorist groups", he said.
Bolton's comments come ahead of a visit to Ankara that's scheduled for Monday.
Smith added: "I'm pleased that John Bolton has recognised the national security interest, and that's what we want to have. not a tweet going "Eh, let's get out of Syria". He said that in upcoming meetings with Turkish officials, he will seek "to find out what their objectives and capabilities are and that remains uncertain".
Bolton, on a trip to Israel and Turkey, said he would stress in talks with Turkish officials, including President Tayyip Erdogan, that Kurdish forces must be safeguarded, Reuters reported.
Joost Hiltermann, Middle East and North Africa Program Director for the International Crisis Group, said the latest United States move showed a lack of "coherent policy" on the Middle East. Their governments have said they are not willing to take them back. "And I would just say to any nation, whether in this region or not in this region, that has any doubt about America's support for Israel's right to self-defense - they better think about it again".
"It's disrespectful to our Kurdish brothers to claim they are represented by a terror group", he said.
"He will be taking the United States national security adviser tomorrow to the occupied Golan Heights, close to the border areas where Israel has been carrying out a military operation to destroy tunnels it says Hezbollah has dug from the Lebanon border". "That a terror organization can not be allied with the U.S.is self-evident", he said.
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PYD and YPG were Syrian branches of PKK terrorist group, which continue their acts on the pretext of fighting against Daesh, Kalin said, adding: "They can not represent Syrian Kurds". "That was obvious", House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith said on ABC.
Bolton said US troops would remain at the critical area of al-Tanf, in southern Syria, to counter growing Iranian activity in the region.
In this March 31, 2018 photo, a Syrian woman with her kids walks in front of buildings that were destroyed during a battle between the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces fighters and ISIL militants in Manbij, north Syria.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met US National Security Advisor John Bolton on Sunday in his residence, after telling the press, the two Israeli-US relations were never better. He defended the legal basis for the deployment, saying it's justified by the president's constitutional authority.
Bolton was expected to explain that some USA troops based in Syria to fight ISIL will shift to Iraq with the same mission and that the al-Tanf base would remain.
Israeli public radio said that Sunday evening's meeting would also include Washington's concerns over Chinese commercial and technological activity in the Jewish state.