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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Washington urges Moscow to help prevent a possible himataki in Syria

The United States receives information about the possible use of chemical weapons in the Syrian city of Duma in Eastern ghouta. The state Department has not yet received confirmation of this information, but has already managed to accuse Russia of direct involvement in gimatecan. While the Ministry has urged Moscow to help prevent a possible attack in the future.

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The U.S. state Department urged Russia to abandon support for the official Syrian authorities to cooperate to prevent attacks with use of chemical weapons in Syria.

“The United States calls on Russia to stop its unconditional support and to work with the international community to prevent further barbaric himatic”, — said the representative of the American foreign Ministry Heather Nauert.

The announcement came after Washington receiving unconfirmed reports of attacks using chemical weapons in the Syrian Eastern ghouta, which the United States accused, including, and Russia.

“These reports, if confirmed, instill fear and demand an immediate response from the international community… the Assad Regime and supporting it should be prosecuted, and any further attacks immediately to prevent. Russia with its strong support for the regime is ultimately responsible for these brutal attacks”, — quotes the statement of the official representative of the state Department, the Agency RIA Novosti.

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