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A Forceful Response To Syria Attack Will Be Given By U.S.: Trump


04/10/2018




A Forceful Response To Syria Attack Will Be Given By U.S.: Trump
Forceful response has bene warned by U.S. President Donald Trump on Bashar al-Assad’s regime over allegations of the use of chemical weapons by the regimen on the Syrian people by it government. The U.S. also suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin also may have to share the responsibility of the acts on the Syrian people.
 
“We’re making a decision on what we do in respect to the horrible attack that was made near Damascus and it will be met and it will be met forcefully,” Trump told reporters at a meeting with military leaders.
 
“We can’t let atrocities like we all witnessed, and you can see that and it’s horrible, we can’t let that happen in our world,” Trump said. “We can’t let that happen. Especially when we’re able to, because of the power of the United States, because of the power of our country, we’re able to stop it.”
 
Neither the U.S. response nor the time of the response was disclosed by Trump. “I don’t like talking about timing,” he said.
 
In what was the first direct intervention by the U.S. against the Assad regimen in the ongoing Syrian crisis, in April last years, a cruise missile strike was ordered by Trump on a Syrian airbase following an attack by Syrian forces on its civilians in rebel held areas by chemical weapons/ 
 
In the latest alleged chemical attack on Saturday in Douma, a rebel-held town, deaths of dozens of civilians, including children, were reported by rescue workers and activists.
 
“If it’s the Russians, if it’s Syria, if it’s Iran, if it’s all of them together, we’ll figure it out, and we’ll know the answers quite soon,” Trump said at the beginning of a Cabinet meeting Monday. Trump said: “He may. If he does, it’s going to be very tough. He’ll pay a price” when he was asked if the responsibility for the attack also rested on Assad’s backer Putin.
 
The White House said on Monday evening that the U.S. and French presidents had agreed “to continue their coordination on responding to Syria’s atrocious use of chemical weapons,” following a telephonic conversation between them.
 
“If the red line has been crossed, there will be a response,” French government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux told Europe1 radio.
 
The attack in Syria on Saturday either did not happen or was being over stated by the U.S., said Moscow’s UN ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, said at a Security Council meeting on Monday even while both Russian and Syrian governments have vehemently denied use of any chemical weapons in the country’s civil war.
 
Trump said Monday evening that “we are getting some very good clarity, actually” on who was responsible for the attack. “We have some pretty good answers.”
 
(Source:www.bloomberg.com)






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