President Donald Trump has informed his top advisers that he wants to pull out US troops from Somalia.
Pentagon has commenced drafting plans for Trump.
The talks were involved by National Security Adviser Robert O’ Brien, Defense Secretary Mark Esper and joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley.
US has 650-800 troops in Somalia to assist the African country combat Al shabab militant group.
The move will allow to make good on campaign promises to bring soldiers home even though the country remains beset by insurgents linked to al Shabab.