United Kingdom blames Russian Federation for Syria deaths

United Kingdom blames Russian Federation for Syria deaths

United Kingdom blames Russian Federation for Syria deaths

"We deplore Russia's continued defence of the Assad regime even after the chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians", he added. "US aircraft operating over Al-Tabqah are already ostensibly in range of the Russian S-400 system at the Humaymin Air Base, and we might see Russia deploy more air defense assets to Syria", Jeremy Binnie, the Middle East editor of Jane's Defense Weekly, said in an e-mail.

"Assad now knows there is a red line with regard to the use of chemical weapons".

The White House says that Trump spoke with South Korea's Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn about USA strikes in Syria in retaliation for a suspected chemical attack by President Bashar Assad's government on civilians.

Earlier in the day, Johnson announced in a statement published on the United Kingdom government official website that he had canceled his visit to Moscow, scheduled for April 10, due to the recent developments in Syria.

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will go ahead with a planned trip to Moscow to deliver a "clear and co-ordinated" message to the Kremlin over its support for Bashar Assad's Syrian regime. As recently as March 30, both Tillerson and Haley had made public comments that seemed to suggest that removing Assad from power was at best a secondary goal for the United States and that his remaining was one possible outcome.

Referring to Russia, Sir Michael wrote: "This latest war crime happened on their watch".

Fallon went on to say that Assad must search for stability to begin and stated: "Someone who uses barrel bombs and chemicals to kill his own people simply can not be the future leader of Syria".

Washington says it acted because Syrian aircraft bombed Khan Sheikhoun with sarin, a banned nerve agent that Damascus pledged to give up in 2013 after Trump's predecessor Barack Obama threatened to bomb as punishment for another alleged gas attack. At least six people are reported to have died.

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Rubio said noted Tillerson's comments are different from Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, who said Assad should be removed. He later added, "She sounds like Trump making excuses". And the promise of further attacks if chemical weapons are used again is plainly an escalation beyond a one-off "message" strike.

In response, Syria's ally Russian Federation accused the USA of encouraging "terrorists" with unilateral actions.

"Lavrov stressed that an attack on a country whose government is fighting terrorism only plays into the hands of extremists [and] creates additional threats to regional and global security", it said.

"We will continue to talk with them about how this undermines any hope of improving relations, not just with the United States, but it's - it's pretty evident that they are taking similar tactics into electoral processes throughout Europe and so they're really undermining any hope for improved relations with many European countries as well", he said.

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