Vladimir Putin condemns US-led airstrikes on Syria

US, UK, France launch air strikes on Syria in response to chemical weapons attack

US, UK, France launch air strikes on Syria in response to chemical weapons attack

The Russians say there is no trace of any chemicals and questioned why the allies carried out strikes before the inspectors had reported. "He now dictates his life, and he dictates what happens between the United States, our allies and his regime".

Johnson told the BBC on Sunday the airstrikes were proportionate and showed "the world has said enough is enough". So, we put a heavy blow into their chemical weapons program, setting them back years. He took to Twitter again on Sunday to address the backlash but remained unapologetic. "We can not allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized". They have met Syrian officials and are expected to visit Douma soon.

President Bush's former press secretary Ari Fleischer was one of those who said it was not to be advised. The Syrian leadership denied involvement in the attack and invited the experts from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons ( OPCW) to investigate the reports.

The US President has declared the US, UK and French strikes on Syria a success, as Russian Federation has described them unlawful.

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Democrats and others denounced Trump's use of the "Mission Accomplished" phrase as odd, incautious and premature. "And so I think everyone is going to feel it at this point", said Haley. "It's another example of U.S. imperial expansion in the Middle East", said Gordon Barnes, an adjunct lecturer at Queens College, City University of NY. "We hope that will be the case". Damascus is still permitted to have chlorine for civilian use, although its use as a weapon is banned.

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) sounded a similar note of caution on ABC's "This Week" and called for a broader strategy. "I suspect, however they'll think long and hard about it". "That does not, however, solve the problem".

US Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer warned of the risks of being drawn into "a greater and more involved war in Syria". "And should he use it again, the president has made it very clear that the United States is locked and loaded and ready to go". "And we've had some success so far". But we're not going to leave until we know we've accomplished those things.

Directly taunting US President Donald Trump, Assad said the effectiveness of Russia's weapons in repelling the strike proved whose military was really "lagging behind".

Russian Federation condemns attack on Syria
The Kremlin on Saturday condemned Western air strikes on Syria where its armed forces are backing President Bashar al-Assad. Syrian government air defenses shot down at least a dozen missiles over the Damascus area, Syrian state media reported.

Johnson said May and her cabinet of top ministers had to move quickly on Syria, so could not risk recalling parliament from its holiday break, and added that there were plenty of examples of when a prime minister did not get its approval. And so our goal is that yes, we will be at the talks as we have been related to the Geneva process.

Haley hedged, however, when Wallace asked if that meant any chemical weapons use by Assad in the future would trigger an immediate military response. The strikes "successfully hit every target" and the allies "took every measure and caution" to only hit the intended targets, White said Saturday morning. "He now dictates his life".

"Ten days ago, President Trump was saying the United States of America had a duty to disengage from Syria", Macron said, according to AFP.

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