Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said earlier on Monday that Russia is proposing setting up an international humanitarian commission on the basis of the United Nations to assess the situation in Raqqa.
When asked whether they would support the creation of such a commission, Operation Inherent Resolve press office said, "The Coalition supports a United Nations-sanctioned peace process in Syria that will take into account the equities of all parties involved."
"We do not see value in a parallel effort by Russia," the press office said.
Earlier on Friday, the Russian defense minister proposed to establish humanitarian corridors and introduce a humanitarian pause at the Rukban refugee camp in the At-Tanf region.
The Daesh controlled Raqqa since 2013 and declared it its capital a year later. In late 2016, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), with the support of the US-led Coalition, started an operation to free the city from the terror group. In October 2017, the SDF announced Raqqa fully liberated.