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PM defends Boris Johnson over Syria crisis and criticises Russia's stance

PM defends Boris Johnson over Syria crisis and criticises Russia's stance

The senior Iranian diplomat left Tehran for Moscow on Friday morning for a trilateral meeting with the foreign ministers of Russian Federation and Syria on the recent United States military attack against Syria.

The Foreign Secretary has previously said he is "dismayed" by Russia's veto against calls to condemn the Syrian government for the attack at the United Nations.

"Even if we had them, we wouldn't use them and we have never used our chemical arsenal in our history".

"Right now we're not getting along with Russian Federation at all", Trump said at the White House while hosting NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

More than 80 people were killed in what the USA has described as a nerve gas attack that Assad's forces undoubtedly carried out. "We'll see what happens". Though Russia critics welcomed Trump's newly hardened tone, there's less enthusiasm from America's allies in Asia, who fear the US could overlook China's more aggressive posture toward its neighbors.

President Trump said Wednesday that relations with Russian Federation "may be at an all-time low" following Syria's use of chemical weapons last week and the USA airstrike that followed.

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Haley then listed off several demands, including access for inspectors at the base believed to be the launching point for the chemical weapon attack, and a cease-fire in the six-year civil war.

Once soft on Russian Federation and hard on China, President Donald Trump rapidly reversed course in the last weeks, concluding there's more business to be done with Beijing than with Moscow.

The polarised positions were evident at the UN Security Council Wednesday, when Russian Federation vetoed a Western-drafted resolution that would have required Syrian cooperation in an investigation into the suspected chemical attack.

Theresa May has defended Boris Johnson over his handling of the Syrian crisis and criticised Russian Federation for failing to condemn Bashar Assad's use of chemical weapons.

Still, Tillerson sought to stress the positives from his meetings.

For Trump, it's a dramatic reversal from his repeated campaign pledges to forge a new U.S.

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But such hopes appeared optimistic as the diplomats outlined their sharply diverging views on Syria.

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said experts had analysed available information "and their preliminary assessment (was) that this was a credible allegation". And he suggested that possible war crimes charges could be levied against the Syrian leader. Since when do United Nations votes to hold countries "accountable" spell the end of the offending regime?

"What we do know is the attack was planned and carried out by regime forces at the direction of Assad".

While the most immediate U.S.

Trump and others have indeed threatened similar action.

Putin did not say whom he thought was behind the planned attacks, but he made the comments in response to a question on the likelihood of further U.S. military strikes against Syria. "Are we going to get involved with Syria?"

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"Every administration tries to improve relations, but there is a very basic fundamental fact: Across the geopolitical chessboard the USA and Russian Federation have fundamentally very different interests", said Harry Kazianis, a senior fellow for defense policy at the Center for the National Interest, a Washington think tank advocating "realistic" foreign policy.


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