Hillary Clinton has urged trump to bring down the Syrian air force

Hillary Clinton has urged trump to bring down the Syrian air force

NEW YORK, April 7. /Offset. TASS Alexey Kachalin/. The administration of U.S. President Donald trump have to disable combat aircraft of Damascus in a warning for the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria.


This opinion was expressed in the forum “Women in the world,” former us Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, lost to Trump in the General election in 2016.

“President Bashar al-Assad has air power, which cause the most deaths of civilians. We have seen this for many years and have seen this again in the last days,” claimed the former first lady of the United States. “I am convinced that we ought to have and must now incapacitate him (Syrian President) airfields and thus prevent him from returning to bomb innocent people and spraying them from the air, sarin gas,” added Clinton.

“I remain convinced of the need to establish (in Syria) zones, no-of-flight (combat aircraft). We should be more willing to confront the Assad regime,” she said.

As reported in the Thursday CBS TV channel, citing its sources, the Pentagon chief James Mattis will propose to the President of the United States Donald Trump to strike with cruise missiles on Syria with U.S. Navy ships in response to the alleged chemical attack in Idlib province. According to the Washington Post, the purpose of missile strikes can become the objects of the defense Ministry of Syria. The newspaper’s sources in the Washington administration claimed that Mattis, Secretary Rex Tillerson and assistant to the President for national security Herbert McMaster has also referred to this matter at the meeting that lasted from Wednesday night to early Thursday morning.

On Tuesday, the Agency Reuters with reference to “Syrian monitoring centre for human rights” (The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights) reported that in the city of Khan shaykhun in the Syrian province of Idlib as a result of the impact of the Syrian or Russian aircraft killed 58 people, including 11 children. The Agency argued that the strike could cause of the Syrian government forces, who used “toxic gas”.

Russian and Syrian military has denied any involvement in the incident. Later, the defense Ministry reported that on the afternoon of 4 April, the attack on the Eastern outskirts of Khan shaykhun struck Syrian air force. According to Russian sources, the result was a bombed-out shop, where militants made ammunition with toxic substances that existed in Iraq and were used in Aleppo.