The White House spokeswoman announced the administration's support for limiting some of the president's war powers.

Iran Press/America: In response to a recent move by US President Joe Biden on bombing resistance positions in eastern Syria without congressional approval, White House spokeswoman Jen Saki endorsed the replacement of some of the US President's war powers.

Tim Kaine and Todd Young, two members of the US Senate, have presented a bipartisan group plan calling for the curbing of the President's power to use military force in the West Asian region.

The bill, spearheaded by US Senators Tim Kaine and Todd Young, would repeal the 1991 and 2002 authorizations for the use of military force (AUMF), which both deal with Iraq.

US fighter jets targeted the area between Bokmal in Syria and al-Qa'im in Iraq on the border between the two countries on Friday (February 26th). The Pentagon in a statement said that the US military had bombed positions in eastern Syria.

The situation in West Asia today is largely due to the US strategy, which includes war, making divisions among rivals and countries in the region, as well as turning the region into an American arms market, weapons that even the US Congress has acknowledged, are being used against civilians.

US intervention has intensified tensions in West Asia in recent years.

The presence of US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan has exacerbated insecurity and increased the activities of terrorist groups in recent years.

Afghan and Iraqi officials have repeatedly called for the withdrawal of US troops. 219