Moscow demands the West to 'seriously consider' consequences to Syria threats

Moscow demands the West to 'seriously consider' consequences to Syria threats

Moscow demands the West to 'seriously consider' consequences to Syria threats

"Get ready Russian Federation, because they will be coming, nice and new and 'smart!' You shouldn't be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!" "And we will be working with our closest allies on how we can ensure that those who are responsible are held to account and how we can prevent and deter the humanitarian catastrophe that comes from the use of chemical weapons in the future". A special hotline for the United States and Russian militaries to communicate about operations in Syria was being used by both sides, Moscow said on Thursday.

"So he's doing the exact same thing that he criticized his predecessors for doing".

Trump added: "Our relationship with Russian Federation is worse now than it has ever been, and that includes the Cold War".

U.S. Special Forces with their largely Kurdish allies were attacking ISIS from the east, while Russians, allied with the forces of the Syrian Regime, were bearing down from the west.

But he wrote today, "Could be very soon or not so soon at all!" "Stop the arms race?"

Amid speculation a US -led strike conducted with several allies on multiple Syrian targets could be imminent, Trump has publicly warned Russian Federation "missiles will be coming to Syria" before insisting on Twitter that he "never said when an attack on Syria would take place".

Trump authorized a missile strike on Shayrat Air Base in Syria in April 2017 after a chemical weapons strike in the northern Idlib province left more than 80 people dead.

US President Donald Trump hastily called the supposed attack in Douma a "humanitarian disaster for no reason whatsoever", warning that a "big price" would be paid. The threat applies not only to the missiles, but to their launch sites, she says.

Russian troops had arrived earlier on Monday under the terms of a surrender deal reached with the rebels after the suspected chemical attack - which Russia and Syria say did not happen.

Syria has denied that it used poison gas.

According to the sources, the specific response being considered in the event of USA military action against Syria is Japan's "support for the US resolve to fulfill its responsibility to prevent the use of chemical weapons". "We have a lot of options, militarily", he said. Russian Federation has threatened to use its air defenses against United States missile strikes.

"The threats of some Western countries to attack Syria is based on lies that these countries fabricated along with terrorist organisations", Assad's office said.

Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition, says that a vote is necessary and bombing could lead to a hot war between the US and Russian Federation, which has promised to answer any strikes. "To have done so in the earlier incidents and not to do so now would be a very wrong signal to send".


"This time around, I do think it has to be different".

Yeah, we're just as confused, too.

"What we've got here in Syria is a choice between monsters on the one hand and maniacs on the other", Julian Lewis, the chairman of the House of Commons defence committee, told the BBC.

The Kremlin said on Wednesday that the United States and its allies - France, Germany and the UK - should "seriously consider" the consequences of their threats to launch military action in response to an alleged chemical attack carried out on Saturday in Douma, eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus.

"We have proof that last week ... chemical weapons were used, at least with chlorine, and that they were used by the regime of Bashar al-Assad", Macron said, without offering details of any evidence.

Earlier, Russia's United Nations envoy, Vassily Nebenzia cautioned the U.S.to "refrain from the plans that you're now developing", saying Washington would "bear responsibility" for any "illegal military adventure".

Formally, the prime minister has the right to go to war without approval from parliament, but a convention has been established in previous conflicts where MPs have a vote either before or shortly after military action begins. The Syrian government has been known to use chlorine bombs, along with sarin, a nerve agent developed by Nazi Germany that was used in a 2013 attack that killed almost 1,500 people outside of Damascus.

But by Thursday morning, a monitoring group reported that they had surrendered their weapons altogether.

The targets included two airfields and a chemical weapons facility, according to the source, who requested anonymity.

On April 11 the Kremlin warns against moves that "could destabilise the already fragile situation in the region".

Donald Trump, backed by Britain and France, has proposed military action against the Syrian regime in response to a suspected chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma on Saturday.

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