"Viktor Ozerov" confirmed that the Syrian army legal right to shoot down any US missile.
He continued Chairman of the Defense and Security Committee of the Russian Federation Council, Viktor Ozerov, the Syrian army has full legal right to drop any US missile targeting sites inside Syria, adding that the Russian troops' mission in Syria is to fight terrorism only.
Announced Ozerov in statements made by the agency "Interfax", that the Russian air defense systems will not shoot down US missiles in the event that Washington's new strikes on Syria, pointing out that our armed forces deployed in Syria in order to fight terrorism, not to protect Syria from external threats, not we have such a mission, so we will not intercept anything.
He stressed Ozerov, at the same time, that this task must be implemented by the Syrian air defense systems, stressing that the Syrian army has the legal right to complete it.
This Ozerov's comments come in response to the confirmation of the official White House spokesman, Sean Spicer, that the US administration considers directing missile strikes to the Syrian government forces and the option of improbable case launched by "other chemical attacks."
He said a member of the Federation Council (the Supreme Council of the Russian parliament) that "the threats of the United States seems absurd", because "Damascus does not possess any chemical weapon."
The US military launched at dawn on Friday .59 missiles "Tomahawk", from the US Navy destroyers, the military capillaries airport southeast of the city of Homs, central Syria.
Announced US President, Donald Trump, he ordered the bombing of the capillaries airport, claiming that this is the air base from which the "chemical attack" on the town of Khan Sheikhun in the Syrian province of Idlib on 04/04/2017, which led to the deaths of dozens of victims, including many women and children.
And denounced both Moscow and Tehran and Damascus this process, describing it as the flagrant violation of international law and the sovereignty of an independent state, but the US President, Donald Trump, confirmed, in a letter addressed to Congress on strikes, which the United States launched against Syria, that he would take additional steps to secure the interests of his country in the field of security and foreign policy.