Nikki Haley: Trump 'has not yet made a decision' on Syria action

Nikki Haley: Trump 'has not yet made a decision' on Syria action

Nikki Haley: Trump 'has not yet made a decision' on Syria action

In the end, while Haley said the US has not decided on a course of action in response to the use of chemical weapons, she let Moscow know that no one's buying the bill of goods they're selling. Speaking at a UN Security Council meeting, Haley said Russian Federation was responsible for blocking the UN from taking action to stop the use of chemical weapons.

"You don't rush decisions like this", she told reporters.

She said Washington is making sure that it has all the information to know what will happen if the United States takes action.

Haley said that the US believes that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons in that nation's civil war "at least 50 times".

Instead, Russian diplomat Vassily Nebenzia spoke about the threat posed by the United States after President Donald Trump warned that all options were on the table, including a military response, in the wake of the attack.

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Haley continued to say that the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government, which is led by Bashar al-Assad, constitutes "one of the most blatant and grotesque violations of global law in the world today". He continued by saying that global law has been systematically violated in Syria and that he feels angry at reports of chemical weapons use in the country.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there is no military solution to the conflict.

After facing criticism for telegraphing his potential military move - something he criticized former President Barack Obama, for doing - he backtracked, tweeting Thursday that a Syria strike "could be very soon or not so soon at all!"

He said Moscow sponsored and supported the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) sending a fact-finding mission to Douma to investigate, but the U.S., Britain and France had rejected it.

Guterres added that the situation in Syria is now the "most serious threat to global peace and security". She also said that no country should use chemical weapons and go unpunished.

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"It was atrocious", Trump said of the attacks. It is a record that has led to the trashing of all global standards against the use of chemical weapons.

Russia's foreign minister claimed the suspected attack was staged by a country with an anti-Russia agenda.

"I started to listen to my Russian friend and respond", Haley said. "We call on the leadership of these states to immediately reconsider".

Pentagon spokesman Maj. Adrian Rankine-Galloway said the "Russian accusations seeking to shift blame away from the Assad regime for the April 7 chemical attack have no basis in fact and are typical of Russian disinformation efforts". "Increasing tensions and the inability to reach a compromise in the establishment of an accountability mechanism threaten to lead to a full-blown military escalation". "If Russia had lived up to its commitment, there would be no chemical weapons in Syria, and we would not be here today".

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