The Pentagon said on April 14 that a joint US-British-French operation against Syria's regime had "successfully hit every target", countering assertions from Russian Federation that dozens of missiles were intercepted.
Putin and Rouhani reportedly condemned the coordinated military action by the United States, Britain and France against Syria, saying that "the illegitimate action has seriously damaged the prospects for a political settlement in Syria".
"Vladimir Putin, in particular, emphasized that if such actions continue in violation of the UN Charter, this will inevitably lead to chaos in worldwide relations", the Kremlin said in a statement about the call.
The moves are believed to show Putin's determination that Russian Federation will work with Iran and Turkey as a united front to resolve the Syrian situation. The Russia military claimed that Syria's air defenses shot down some of the missiles launched by Western forces.
British medical and scientific experts analyzed reports, images and video footage from the incident and concluded the victims were exposed to a toxic chemical, she said.
The Labour leader said chlorine has been used by "a number of parties in the conflict" in Syria as a weapon and questioned the legality of the airstrikes. President Trump was responding to a chemical weapons attack earlier this month that killed dozens of Syrians.
Russian politicians who met with Assad on Sunday said he was in high spirits, while Assad was quoted in state media as saying the Western strikes were based on "lies and misinformation" at the U.N. Security Council.
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Haley told Fox News, "If Assad doesn't get it" after Saturday's barrage of 105 missiles fired by the U.S., Britain and France at three Syrian chemical weapons facilities, "it's going to hurt". The government-run Syrian Central Media said the missiles targeted the Shayrat air base in Homs.
A fact-finding team from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) arrived in Syria on Saturday, the same day the US, UK and France carried out airstrikes against Syrian government targets in response to the April 7 attack in Douma.
"As far as I understand, what is hampering a speedy resolution of this problem is the consequences of the illegal, unlawful military action that Great Britain and other countries conducted on Saturday", he said.
They now worry it will embolden Bashar Al-Assad, who could use other conventional weapons against them.
May's office said Monday that she plans to tell lawmakers that the airstrikes were "in Britain's national interest", were carried out to stop further suffering from chemical weapons attacks and had broad global support.
Following the recent attacks "we all know, Syria has maintained a secret chemical programme since 2013", the ambassador added, referring to the year when Syria finally joined the OPCW and admitted to stockpiling toxic arms.
Ireland will not condemn the air strikes and Irish sources said there was no division within the European Union about the need to deter chemical attacks and that the Assad regime was involved in wholesale slaughter of its own people.
Both Syria and Russian Federation have denied using chemical weapons and have blamed the rebels on using it on themselves to whip up worldwide condemnation. "They will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to Assad and chemical weapons use", she said in an interview with CBS' Face the Nation.