In Moscow reacted to trump’s threats to launch a missile attack on Syria
Moscow. April 11. INTERFAX.RU — Moscow believes that U.S. strikes should be directed at the terrorists in Syria, not the government, which carries out the fight against terrorism, said the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
“Clever rockets must fly towards the terrorists, not a legitimate government, which for several years is fighting international terrorism on its territory,” wrote Zakharova in Facebook.
Zakharov suggested that the alleged U.S. strikes can be aimed to destroy evidence of chemical weapons in the Syrian Duma.
Oh, by the way. But the OPCW inspectors have warned that now the smart missiles will destroy all evidence of use of chemical weapons on earth? Or the whole idea is probably to quickly cover their tracks provocation by blows of smart missiles, and international inspectors have had nothing to look for as evidence.Maria Saharanafrican the representative of the Russian foreign Ministry
So she commented on the statement of U.S. President Donald trump, who on Wednesday advised Russia to prepare for American missile attack on Syria. “Russia promises to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready, Russia, because they (missiles — if) on the way: a good, new and clever”, — he wrote on Twitter.
The American President added that Russia “should not have to cooperate with the animal that is killing people by chemical weapons and enjoy it.”
Last week, representatives of the armed Syrian opposition in Eastern ghouta reported the possible use by government forces of poison gas in the city Duma against the militants and the civilian population.
Who reported the symptoms of poisoning by toxic chemicals from 500 residents of the Syrian Council. On the who website noted on Wednesday that reported in the Duma, killed 70 people sheltering in the basement, 43 of the victims showed symptoms characteristic for poisoning with highly toxic chemicals. The attack reportedly also injured two medical institutions.