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16 April 2018, 01:48 | Marta Robbins
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The bill, which was drafted by leading lawmakers at the State Duma in response to the new round of U.S. sanctions announced last week, proposes a wide range of restrictions for U.S. businesses in Russian Federation and for cooperation with the U.S. Among them is a proposal to ban or restrict titanium exports that are crucial for U.S. aircraft maker Boeing.
He cited the Palestinian-Israeli divide, the Sunni-Shiite divide "evident from the Gulf to the Mediterranean", and other divisive factors reflected in a multiplicity of conflicts.
" We hope that there will be no point of return - that the USA and their allies will refrain from military action against a sovereign state", Nebenzia informed press reporters late Thursday evening hours.
"Russia in the most serious way condemns the attack on Syria where Russian military servicemen help the legitimate government to fight terrorism", Putin said.
The United States, France and Britain launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent chemical attack against civilians and to deter him from doing it again. "We're still working on this".
The decision to strike, after days of deliberations, marked Trump's second order to attack Syria.
Trump suggested Monday he had little doubt that Syria was to blame, but neither he nor other administration officials have produced hard evidence. He authorized a barrage of Tomahawk cruise missiles to hit a single Syrian airfield in April 2017 in retaliation for Assad's use of sarin gas against civilians.
In response, Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a Facebook post that "smart missiles should fly towards terrorists, not towards the lawful government".
Asked whether the USA military was ready to conduct an attack in Syria if ordered, Mattis replied, "We stand ready to provide military options if they're appropriate, as the president determined".
"Until we have a more long-term strategy, until we have some idea where we're going in Syria and the Middle East, it seems unwise, to me, to start launching missiles", said Smith, D-Wash. We are totally predictable.
The withdrawal plan, which still doesn't have the backing of USA military leaders and diplomats, entails leaving behind a smaller force to hunt down Islamic State fighters and help local forces secure areas liberated from the terrorist outfit. "The key question is: In western Syria, where the bulk of the high-value targets are, does the USA risk more than cruise-missile strikes?"
Later Wednesday morning, Mr. Trump tweeted that Washington's relationship with Moscow is "worse now than it has ever been".
She added that Russian Federation did not want to escalate any conflict, adding that it was easy to begin a conflict but hard to end it.
He said the Security Council has primary responsibility for the maintenance of global peace and security and stressed "the need to avoid the situation from spiraling out of control".
The sanctions list targets a number of Russian tycoons, including Oleg Deripaska, a billionaire who once had close ties to Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort and Kirill Shamalov, an energy executive who married Putin's daughter.
He was speaking a day after French President Emmanuel Macron said France had proof there was a chemical attack - also without revealing what that evidence was.
The inconsistent responses from outside powers may have signaled to Assad that he can continue to use the munitions, so long as he uses them in small amounts without causing mass casualties or generating gruesome imagery.
The French president does not need parliamentary permission to launch a military operation.
The U.S., United Kingdom and France are all North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members. Multiple IS terror attacks have targeted France, including one last month.
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