British special forces are known to be on the ground in northern Syria, although the British government does not provide details about their presence.
And it would be carried out in such a way as to "make sure that the defence of Israel and our other friends in the region is absolutely assured, and to take care of those who have fought with us against ISIS and other terrorist groups", he said.
Trump's decision last month drew widespread criticism from allies, led to the resignation of U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis and raised fears over clearing the way for a Turkish assault on the Kurdish fighters.
Bolton's comments come ahead of a visit to Ankara that's scheduled for Monday.
Bolton arrived in Israel on Saturday night for talks on the future of Syria in the wake of President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw all USA forces there. While the USA has relied on Kurdish forces, known as the YPG, in the fight against ISIS, Turkey considers the group an offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who is normally a close ally of the president, have said a quick withdrawal would be a mistake, in part because it could leave the region vulnerable to a possible ISIS resurgence.
What is the United States presence in Syria?
Describing the planned release in Syria, a Pentagon official said in a court filing that such actions are "a traditional military practice" used in U.S. Central Command, but the American Civil Liberties Union, which took on the man's case, called it a "death warrant".
"One aim of Turkey's fight against the PKK and its Syrian extensions is to rescue the Kurds from the cruelty and oppression of this terrorist group", state-owned Anadolu news agency quoted Kalin as saying, in comments that emerged after Bolton made his remarks.
The U.S.is also seeking a "satisfactory disposition" for roughly 800 IS prisoners held by the U.S. -backed Syrian opposition, Bolton said, adding talks were ongoing with European and regional partners about the issue.
The prime minister added that he meant to discuss a number of important issues with US National Security Adviser John Bolton later in the day. "Now we can see how ridiculous and absurd the idea is that Israel will evacuate the Golan Heights and give it to a mass murderer who is cooperating with Iran and Hezbollah", the Israeli lawmaker concluded. He watched a virtual reality tour of the historic site and dined there with his Israeli equivalent, as well as with US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman and Israel's Ambassador to the US, Ron Dermer. Israel captured the Old City from Jordan in the 1967 war.