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BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:45 P.M.) – Great Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab slammed the Syrian government in a statement via his official press office on Friday.

In a statement about the alleged chemical weapons attack in the jihadist-held town of Kabani, Raab said that the United Kingdom and their partners will continue to name, shame and hold those accountable for these strikes.

“Assad’s track record of using chemical weapons against the Syrian people is an appalling stain on his regime and the countries that support him. The UK has grave concerns about the chemical attack in May in Syria. We have shared these concerns with the OPCW. We continue to work with our partners to ensure that those responsible for chemical attacks are named, shamed and held to account,” Raab said in a statement that was released by his press office.

Raab did not discuss any possible retaliation or how the United Kingdom and their allies came to the conclusion that the Syrian government was to blame for the attack.

 

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2019-09-27 17:59

Message to Mr. Foreign Secretary, UK, “You do realize that Britain is currently a laughing stock”

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The 5 eyes nations jointly canvass for another attack on Syria. They want to help their Turkish allies’ mercenaries. Next the Sultan will receive US air defense rockets and F 35. And later he will get the heads of the YPG/SDF.

Willy Van Damme
Willy Van Damme
2019-09-27 23:59

Says The Hulk as an echo chamber of the Donald.

Marg bar jomhuri Eslami
Marg bar jomhuri Eslami
2019-09-27 19:33

Hey, Dominic Raab : tell Boris J. to organise a 2nd Brexit referendum if he wants to survive as PM and take care of the mess Brexit has became if he wants to survive as PM, rather than diverting attention on CWs that were never used.
If you end with a no-deal Brexit, we fear a tsunami in France and BeNeLux when the UK will sink!