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Monday, April 16, 2018

Johnson said about the ineffectiveness of strikes on Syria


The military action of the United States, Britain and France on the Syrian Arab Republic will not break the course of the fighting and will not lead to regime change in Damascus. This was announced by the Minister for foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson.


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The British foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

“These attacks don’t have to turn the tide of war and will not lead to regime change. Unfortunately, they will not allow to shift the (Syrian President Bashar) Assad. Their goal is to make it clear that we will not tolerate the use of chemical weapons”, – quotes the words of Johnson TASS.

The head of the British foreign Minister also said he was pleased with the reaction of the countries-partners in the aggression against Syria.

Answering the question of why the government Theresa may did not discuss with legislators the Syrian military campaign, he said that during the day the Prime Minister “will speak in Parliament, to answer all questions, and everyone will get a chance to speak”.

We will remind, according to the Ministry of defence, April 14, the United States, Britain and France released on Syria 103 cruise missiles. Syrian air defense forces managed to destroy 71. The remaining part did not cause much damage. The victims of the attack there. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Russian side is seriously condemns attack on Arab Republic.

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