Boris Conceptului: G7 foreign Ministers refused to expand anti-Russian sanctions
The foreign Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson has proposed to impose new sanctions against Russia in connection with the situation in Syria. The diplomat intends to convince the foreign Ministers of G7 countries said on Tuesday, April 11, The Guardian.
The same opinion the day before was expressed by the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, Reuters reports. He added that Moscow “needs to feel responsibility for the actions in Syria and support the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.”
Trudeau added that Ottawa insists on the necessity of Assad’s departure from his post, and fully supports the US decision to attack a military base of the Syrian forces in the chemical attack in Idlib province.
What areas may affect the sanctions are not specified.
On the night of 7 April by order of the President of the United States Donald trump was hit with cruise missiles at the airfield shirt used by government forces in Syria. The bombing had damaged or destroyed 20 percent of the aviation of the government troops. To this end, Washington has accused Damascus in the use of toxic substances during the air attack in Idlib province on April 4, which killed dozens of people. The Syrian authorities deny these allegations.