Vladimir Putin: Syria air strikes were an “act of aggression” – BBC News

The launch of air strikes on Syria will negatively impact peace talks, a spokeswoman for Russia’s foreign ministry has said, according to the state-run RIA news agency.

Maria Zakharova said: “This action gives a strong signal to extremists and militants that they are doing right things.”

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20 Replies to “Vladimir Putin: Syria air strikes were an “act of aggression” – BBC News”

  1. There's is are civil war in
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  2. And at the end it was a lie. There was no chemical attack in Douma. So UK and US airstrikes were a war crime. But now BBC is silent about it because they know it was a false flag.

  3. So this was an act of aggression? What was his invasion of the Ukraine or annexation of the Crimea?
    This comes down to the fact, right or wrong, that Mr. Trump is not afraid of this tin god the way obama was. And when you stand up to the bully with overwhelming strength, you find out their is really nothing there to fear. Putin got embarrassed and is now scrambling to save face. That's it!

  4. Matthew 24:6-7
    And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences,and earthquakes in various places.

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