The Cabinet of Germany has approved the plan to join the international coalition against ISIS, operating in Syria, Reuters reports with reference to the official of the German government.
On Wednesday on this issue will vote in the German Parliament.
Germany will send to the region about 1,200 troops, a destroyer, reconnaissance aircraft and aircraft-refueller.
The Minister of defence of Germany Ursula von der Leyen said that Germany will not cooperate with Syrian President Bashar Assad and government troops.
According to the Minister, the decision to send to Syria the German armed forces was taken in solidarity with France.
Earlier it was reported that the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron will ask this week the British Parliament to approve the plan of joining the Royal air force to the international coalition, causing air strikes on is positions in Syria.