"I am not advocating a complete boycott of the United States, but one should not rely on them. This is a pragmatic country that cares about its own interests. It is indifferent to Kurds, Syrians or Arabs," Ose said.
The lawmaker gave credit to People's Protection Units (YPG) fighting off Daesh militants with US coalition backing, but stressed that only coordinated actions with the Syrian armed forces and Russia partners would eradicate terrorism.
Earlier this week, media outlets have distributed photos taken in Syria near Daesh-occupied city of Raqqa, which depicted at least one of the US special forces soldiers wearing a YPG patch.
Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Col. Steve Warren commented on the decision, saying it was unauthorized and inappropriate. US special forces are advising Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance involved in the liberation of Daesh stronghold of Raqqa.