Iran Insists on Impartial Probe into Syria Gas Attack


"We need to see Russian Federation choose to side with the civilized world over an Assad government that brutally terrorizes its own people".

"We will keep monitoring the issue, since the only possible reason for using military force on the territory of Syria is to fight terrorism", Lavrov said.

"The secretary explained there were no subsequent targets after the missile strike, but he did not rule out any future action", State Department acting spokesperson Mark Toner said in a statement.

He insisted several times that his forces had turned over all chemical weapons stockpiles in 2013, under a deal brokered by Russian Federation to avoid threatened USA military action.

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.

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"With all the existing problems, both objective and artificially created ones, we still have quite a few prospects for joint work". In western Syria, we will assist the forces fighting against ISIS; in eastern Syria, we will enforce former president Obama's alleged red line on chemical weapons, but otherwise stay out of the fight.

Syrian President Bashar Assad says a chemical attack in a rebel-held area of the country - which killed dozens of people and was confirmed by eye witnesses - was "fabricated" by the United States.

"This reminds me very much of the events of 2003, when USA representatives in the Security Council showed alleged chemical weapons discovered in Iraq". Chinese leaders have sought a USA relationship based on the two powers respecting each other's spheres of influence and not intervening in one another's internal affairs.

Lavrov said the deal would apply only if the U.S. and its allies targeted terrorists, not Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces.

Russian Federation has blocked a Western-led effort at the UN Security Council to condemn last week's deadly gas attack in Syria and push Moscow's ally President Bashar al-Assad to cooperate with worldwide inquiries into the incident.

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U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley and acting president of the U.N. Security Council eviscerated Russian Federation.

President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that U.S. -Russia ties "may be at an all-time low", and Tillerson struck a similar tone after a day of talks in Moscow.

In fact, Russian Federation yesterday vetoed a United Nations resolution condemning the civilian murders and requiring Syria to cooperate with investigators looking into the chemical attack. "No one showed us anything, no one said anything, although we repeatedly asked to produce the details on which these unfounded accusations lie". She stated, "To my colleagues from Russian Federation, you are isolating yourselves from the worldwide community every time one of Assad's planes drop another barrel bomb on civilians and every time Assad tries to starve another community to death".

A fact-finding mission from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is investigating the attack.

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Syrian president Bashar Assad insisted that his military was not responsible for the incident and claimed the attack was a "fabrication" to justify the USA missile strike.