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Friday, April 20, 2018

Need more evidence: Mei refused to join the strike on Syria

The United Kingdom will not join strikes on Syria as punishment for use of chemical weapons by the authorities, the London need more proof. This British Prime Minister Theresa may said the US President Donald Trump.

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According to The Times newspaper, the head of the British government, Theresa may, did not share the desire of the President of the United States to punish Syria for the alleged use of chemical weapons government troops in the city Duma. Britain will not join strikes on Syria, until there is additional evidence confirming that the incident took place, and that it involved the authorities. About it as writes the edition, the Prime Minister informed the head of the American state in a telephone conversation. Mei did not agree to participate in the “rapid payback”, says the newspaper.

“Theresa may said yesterday to President Donald Trump that of Britain, more evidence of alleged chemical attack carried out by Assad regime, before joining a military strike on Syria,” — says the publication.

The day before the Theresa may held separate telephone talks with the presidents of the United States and France, Donald trump and Emmanuel Macron. This was reported by the office of the British Prime Minister.

As mentioned in the message, the two sides came to a consensus that if the information about the chemical attack in the Syrian city of Duma is confirmed, it will be proof of outrageous cruelty of the Assad regime against his own people and disregard for commitments not to use chemical weapons. In a statement release said that the leaders continue to work with partners to encourage the perpetrators to justice.

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