US, France and Britain reacted to Syria airstrike

The leaders of England and France were also co-ordinating with US President Donald Trump.

US, France and Britain reacted to Syria airstrike

The leaders of England and France were also co-ordinating with US President Donald Trump.

14 April 2018 Saturday 13:43
US, France and Britain reacted to Syria airstrike

The United States, France, and Britain against the allegations of chemical attack in Duma campaign against the Assad administration. Warplanes and Tomahawk'larla action against Iran and Russia, while the "Western" countries came from support. The UN has called for restraint. German Prime Minister Merkel said, "It is necessary and measured to warn the Syrian regime against other violations," he said.

The chemical attack that US President Donald Trump informed about Twitter days ago was held this morning.

Britain and France supported the US pioneer movement. US President Trump announced that the operation was started with the words "I issued an attack order" at 04.00 am TSİ.

The leaders of England and France were also co-ordinating with Trump.

The Tomahawks, which the US threw from the Mediterranean, were accompanied by French and English jets. The Pentagon stated that the attack was a one-time operation. It was announced that Syria's chemical facilities and capacity were targeted.

Russia and Iran condemned the attack. Germany, Israel, Canada and the European Union have received support from the movement. United Nations Secretary General Guterres called the parties a sobriety call. NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said they support the operation.


Russian President Vladimir Putin, described as an act of aggression against a dominant state in the frontline of the fight against terrorism, underlined that the attack would have a devastating effect on the system of all international relations.

Speaking at the UN Security Council, Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN Vassily Nebenzia claimed that the purpose of the US, Britain and France was to overthrow only Assad and the government.


Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the religious leader in his speech on Iranian state television, said "Attack on Syria is a crime." said.

Iran said, "We condemn the operation, it will have regional consequences". The Iranian Foreign Ministry used the expressions "Attack is blatant violation of international law and ignored Syria's integrity".


Israeli Minister of Public Works and Defense Yoav Galant stated that the air operation is "an important signal to Syria, Iran and Hezbollah". Golant, The use of chemical weapons is a red line that transcends humanity's rules. Such attacks will not be tolerated more. "


German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated that they would not participate in any possible action against Syria in the statement made on weekdays. "We support our allies, the United States, Britain, and France, who are members of the UN Security Council, to take responsibility," Merkel said after the attack, a military operation is necessary and measured to protect the effectiveness of the international ban on international chemical weapons use and warn the Syrian regime against other violations.

100 years after the end of the First World War, we are calling to counter the erosion of the Chemical Weapons Convention. Germany will firmly support all diplomatic actions in this direction. "


NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg reported that he supported the operation regarding the chemical weapons capacity for the regime. Stoltenberg said in his written statement that the United States, Britain and France supported Bashar al-Assad's attack on the place for chemical weapons, "This attack will undermine the regime's ability to regain chemical attack on the Syrian people." used expression

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on the parties to call for resignation. Guterres said, "The deadlock in the UN may cause total military tension, and all countries should be responsible for these dangerous conditions." Emphasizing that the Middle East has gone through a very dangerous process, UN Secretary General Guterres warned that this would be a threat to global peace.


Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Defense Minister Marise Payne have been supported by the Australian Foreign Ministry's website to support the shooting of regime targets in Syria in a joint statement issued by the Australian Foreign Ministry.

Commenting on the initiative initiated by the US, France and Britain as "a harsh reaction to the use of illegal chemical weapons in the Duma by the Syrian regime on April 7th", Australian leaders declared that "Australia supports this attack showing a measured, proportional and targeted response" was included.


Recalling that the EU strongly condemned the use of chemical weapons, the European Commission (EU) Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker said that as the war began in Syria 8th year, all sides should strive for a negotiated political solution under the auspices of the United Nations he said. "The Syrian regime did not use chemical weapons against civilians for the first time, but this should be the last." warned.

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Updated: 14.04.2018 14:59
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