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    Britain hints to participate in the military strike expected on Syria

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    Post by Rocky Wed 11 Apr 2018, 2:32 am

    Britain hints to participate in the military strike expected on Syria
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    British Prime Minister Teresa Mae and US President Donald Trump have agreed that the world must act to ensure that those responsible for an alleged chemical attack in Syria are held accountable, in an indirect reference to its agreement to engage in military action by Washington.
     
    Trump on Monday promised strong action in response to a suspected poison gas attack in Syria that killed at least 60 people and injured more than a thousand others, a Syrian relief organization said. US officials say military options are being prepared. 

    She spoke with Trump on Tuesday night and agreed that the suspected attack was "absolutely reprehensible" and that the international community should respond to the strengthening of the international ban on chemical weapons. 

    "They agreed that they would continue to work closely and with international partners to ensure accountability of officials," a statement from the May office said. 

    Mai had agreed on the same with French President Emmanuel Macaron during a phone call. 

    A White House statement said Trump and Mai "agreed not to allow the continued use of chemical weapons."

    When asked if Britain would join the United States if it decided to take another military action in Syria, May refused on Tuesday to answer the question directly. 

    "We believe that officials should be held accountable," she told reporters. 

    Experts on the Syrian war, France and possibly Britain and its allies in the Middle East, were likely partners in any US military operation that would aim to prevent future use of chemical weapons in Syria's brutal civil war. 

    Britain is currently launching air strikes in Syria from its military base in Cyprus, but these attacks are directed against targets linked to the organization of the Islamic state only.



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