The latest airstrike by the USA, the United Kingdom and France on Syria is an act of aggression and the violation of the worldwide law, Vladimir Putin said during talks with Angela Merkel.
According to a statement, issued after the talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, both countries have agreed to resume a political process on Syria, including the discussion within the Geneva and Astana platforms.
The tripartite Western countries announced that strikes were carried out as a punitive measure against Damascus for a suspected poison gas attack they claimed was purportedly conducted on April 7 by the Syrian government on Douma, the largest town in Eastern Ghouta near the Syrian capital, which reportedly killed 60 people and injured hundreds more.
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In a telephone conversation with his Syrian counterpart, Bashar al-Assad, on Saturday, Rouhani denounced recent airstrikes against Syria, saying such attacks ran contrary to the principles of worldwide law and were considered as a blatant sign of support for terrorism.
Putin said that the recent action by a group of Western countries on Syria was "an act of aggression" that largely violated norms of worldwide law and caused substantial damage to the prospect of a political settlement to the Syrian crisis, according to a Kremlin statement.
"Vladimir Putin, in particular, stressed that if such actions in violation of the U.N. Charter continue, then it will inevitably lead to chaos in global relations", RIA news agency quoted the Kremlin as saying in a statement.
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Damascus skies erupt with service to air missile fire as the US launches an attack on Syria.
Critics say the pipeline would increase European dependence on Russian Federation for energy and enrich its state-owned energy companies at a time when Moscow stands accused of endangering European security through alleged election meddling and other actions.
U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley has said sanctions will be announced on Monday aimed at companies "that were dealing with equipment" related to Bashar al-Assad's alleged chemical weapons use.
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