The Minister also said that strikes against Syria were correct.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson said that the missile strikes on Syria this weekend was absolutely right and did not affect the course of the war in the country. He said this on Monday before the meeting of foreign Ministers of the European Union in Luxembourg.
“Looking at the image of what happened in the Duma on 7 April, you can see that the actions committed by France, the United Kingdom and the United States in the form of calibrated and proportional attacks on chemical facilities Assad was absolutely right. Absolutely right for Britain and right for the world,” said Johnson.
The British Minister thanked for the strong international support received by the actions of Britain, France and the United States, and noted that the attacks did not change the course of the war in Syria.
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“It is important to emphasize that this was not an attempt to change the course of the war in Syria to effect regime change or to get rid of Bashar al-Assad. I fear that war in Syria will continue to go its own terrible way. But so the world said, we pretty use of chemical weapons,” said Johnson.