Russian Federation to prove United States missile interceptions in Syria

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 21, 2018

Douma is under the protection of Russia's military police, and with 12 days having passed since the attack, concerns are growing that evidence could fall prey to tampering or be otherwise compromised.

"Now, we have no moral obligations". Lavrov's comments indicate the USA managed to tread a narrow line between unwise aggression against Syria and open warfare with Russian Federation.

The White House and the Kremlin said at the time the two presidents discussed the possibility of meeting in person.

And she said whether it's now too late for the inspectors to go to Douma "would depend on the extent to which the Syrians and their Russian allies have been trying to clean up sites where. chemical weapons were suspected of being used".

In recent weeks, tensions have risen further over the March poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter, which Britain has blamed on Russia.

Surface-to-air missiles were seen in the sky over Syria's capital Damascus on April 14, 2018, as the Syrian air defenses were responding to the US -led missile attack on Syria. Moscow has denied both allegations.

President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are serious about maintaining peace and will never allow their two militaries to engage in war, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says in an interview published Friday.

The statement said the United States also had concerns about the situations in Ukraine, where Russian Federation backs separatists, and in Syria, where Moscow's military support has tipped the balance in favor of the Damascus government in a seven-year-old civil war.

It was in response to Israeli pleas that Putin froze a contract to supply the missiles to Syria, Bloomberg reported, although he said at the time that Moscow would "think how we should act in the future" in the event of a U.S. attack.

"They will have the ability to conduct limited attacks in the future", McKenzie told Pentagon reporters.

The United States, along with Britain and France, launched joint airstrikes on military targets in Syria on April 14 for the Bashar al-Assad government's alleged use of chemical weapons in Douma, the last rebel-held town in Eastern Ghouta near the Syrian capital, earlier this month.

The three-star general added the Syrian regime had now returned to a "state of normalcy". "We sought to send a lesson that it's bad practice to gas women and children", McKenzie said.

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