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Since 2018-04-11 at 18:47 (Baghdad time)
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Satellite images of US action against Syria, at a time when US President Donald Trump, who had vowed to drop all missiles to strike the Syrian regime in response to the chemical attack on Duma, had defied Saturday.
According to news agencies, according to Sky News, and seen by the (Mawazin News), "was monitoring an American reconnaissance plane over the Mediterranean off Syria," noting that "the Boeing B-8 Poseidon," indicating that America Began to prepare for "the implementation of its promise.
"This aircraft is capable of carrying out anti-submarine and surface warfare missions, along with its ability to monitor submarines," the reports said.
According to the attached map, the plane appears after arriving above the Mediterranean off Syria, after it was launched from the province of Syracuse, in the southeast of the Italian island of Sicily.
This comes as a warning of a Russian-American confrontation, especially after Trump challenged Moscow, saying: "Russia is committed to dropping any and all missiles that will be launched on Syria, so go back, Russia, because the coming missiles will be new and smart."
The European Air Safety Organization (Eurocontrol) has called on airlines to exercise caution in the eastern Mediterranean for possible air strikes in Syria within 72 hours.
Eurocontrol said that air-to-surface missiles or cruise missiles could be used with them during that period and there was a possibility that wireless navigation devices could be intermittently intermittent.
Western countries have vowed a "strong response" two days ago. Washington has spoken of an important decision in a "very short time" while France has said it will respond if Damascus crosses the red line.
US officials expected the military response to be collective, with the participation of France and Britain and could include other allies in the Middle East.
The Kremlin warned on Wednesday of any moves in Syria that could "destabilize" the situation in the region[/ltr]