"According to press reports, Russia is already shifting additional naval activity into the region, allegedly in preparation for a US attack on Syria: there are in Syria absolutely nothing valuable that would even justify the potential for a military clash between Washington and Moscow We will not gain anything if we hold troops in Syria – and it would be in our national interest to withdraw them immediately if we have these few troops on the ground "Increases the strategic risk we have," said Daniel Davis, a retired Lieutenant Colonel of the Army and senior executive at Think Tank Defense Priorities Newsweek of "intentional or accidental attack by Russian, Iranian or Syrian forces . "
"If Russia continues to support the bloody regime of Assad, they will get stuck to spend huge amounts of money and weaken their own forces in the process," he added. "If anybody in Syria gets stuck, let Russia be, not the US, and we definitely should avoid any military action there if American security is not directly threatened, and only if Congress authorizes it." 19659002] Recent Russian reports came under warnings from Western countries about the possible use of chemical weapons by the Syrian military. Joshua Landis, head of the Center for Middle East Studies of the University of Oklahoma and the blog commentary Syria, said Newsweek that this "back and forth" seemed "to be a repeat of the run of the Ghouta campaign," located in the recently conquered suburbs of Damascus and "where both sides accused the others of planning the use of chemical weapons."
"I do not know what I do about the US and the Russian war of words about them Possible use of chemical weapons in Idlib The final reports on the use of chemical weapons in Ghouta were not final, there was no evidence for the use of nerve poisons, but controversy over the use of chlorine gas. The rebels had reason to wear English: www.germnews.com. DE / archive / dn / 1995/01 / 30.html As the regime and the Russians had suggested, the regime refused to allow the UN inspectors to be chemically active until after a long delay e weapons to be tested, which was suspicious, "said Landis.
"There is a history of chemical use, and especially chlorine gas and us also from Syria, a similar situation leading to the Battle of Idlib unfolds now: Americans warn Syria not to use or use chemical weapons The Russians oppose the US and Syrian opposition planning a false flag operation to give the Americans the excuse to fire cruise missiles and punish the Assad regime for starting their efforts, the Idlib province, the last recapturing the independent enclave of Syrian rebels, "he added
French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday he would be ready to repeat his decision in April on US-led air strikes, if it turned out that the Syrian government had used chemical substances in Idlib weapons, but claimed that "I have considered ISIS to be our main enemy, and I have the expulsion of Bashar al-Assad a condition of our diplomatic or humanitarian action in Syria never made, "according to Agence France-Press. US National Security Advisor John Bolton warned Russian officials Thursday in Geneva that the US had information on a potential chemical attack in Syria and warned that the US response was stronger than ever, Bloomberg said on Friday interlocutors. Bolton also spoke on Wednesday about a possible chemical attack by the Syrians after the joint US mission Tuesday against the UN statement threatening further attacks on Syria in response to the chemical weapons war, something he said was " apparently "concerned about the plans for the Syrian regime to resume its offensive military activities in the province of Idlib. "
" There's no confusion here, and if the Syrian regime uses chemical weapons, we'll be very responsive, "Bolton said during a visit to Israel at a press conference." You really should think about it a long time before they get to come to a decision because there is no ambiguity in this position of the United States. "