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Mr Putin and Mr Netanyahu exchanged views on the incident involving chemical weapons on April 4 in the Syrian province of Idlib. Mr Putin underscored, in particular, that it is unacceptable to make groundless accusations against any party until a thorough and objective international investigation has been conducted.
Le président turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan a interpellé jeudi ses homologues américain et russe sur la Syrie, enjoignant le premier à passer aux actes contre le régime d’Assad, et se disant “peiné” par le soutien qu’apporte Moscou à ce dernier.
The latest in a long list of such incident is the alleged attack using chemical weapons in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in Syria on Tuesday. Within hours, and before any impartial investigation, Western leaders and the media had already blamed the Assad Government for the attack.
The U.S. military has in recent weeks sent hundreds of extra troops into Syria, including a Marine artillery contingent that is targeting Raqqa.
The White Helmets, an al-Qaeda affiliated group funded by George Soros and the British government, have reportedly staged another chemical weapon attack on civilians in the Syrian city of Khan Shaykhun to lay blame on the Syrian government.