Britain, US, France may intervene in Syria again

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The British Prime Minister Teresa May, US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed that in order to maintain the ban on the use of chemical weapons, the international community must respond to the alleged chemical attack in Syria, the spokesman for the British premier said.

“The Prime Minister held a telephone conversation with Trump who agreed that reports of a chemical attack in Syria are highly deserving of  a condemnation, and if they are confirmed, there is yet to be proof of the outrageous cruelty of President of Syria Bashar al Assad in relation to his own people, as well as complete disregard for their legal obligations for the non-use of such weapons,” the British statement said

“They agreed that the international community should respond in order to support the ban on the use of chemical weapons; they agreed that they will continue working closely together with international partners so that the perpetrators are called to account,” the statement says.

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Earlier, the West accused Damascus of being a carrying out a chemical attack in the Syrian city of the Duma in East Ghouta. Moscow refuted information about the chlorine bomb allegedly dropped by the Syrian military. 
The Russian Foreign Ministry said that the goal is to shield the terrorists and justify possible strikes from outside.

 

Source RIA
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