As far as Syria is concerned, I would love to get out. I'd love to bring our incredible warriors back home. They've done a great job. We've essentially just absolutely obliterated Isis in Iraq and in Syria. And we've done a big favour to neighbouring countries, frankly, but we've also done a favour for our country. With that being said, Emmanuel and myself have discussed the fact that we don't want to give Iran open season to the Mediterranean, especially since we really control it, to a large extent, we really have controlled it and we've set control on it. So we'll see what happens. But we're going to be coming home relatively soon.
We will assess during the coming weeks and months what we have to do. Because when you are - probably much more at the end of a war, you have to adapt to the enemy and the reality on the ground. So we are not here to say, this day we will leave the floor. That's impossible, because it will depend on the reality on the ground. But for sure, what we want to do now, is to finish this war with our troops. And we want to fix on the long run the situation to have peace in this region.