Macron says there is ‘proof’ of chemical weapons attack in Syria


President of France Emmanuel Macron.

(Worthy News) - France has proof the Syrian government carried out a chemical weapons attack last week and will decide whether to strike back when all the necessary information has been gathered, President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday.

France is expected to join the United States and Britain in carrying out air strikes or some other form of attack in response to the use of the weapons but it remains unclear when that might happen or even if it definitely will.

“We have proof that last week, now 10 days ago, that chemical weapons were used, at least with chlorine, and that they were used by the regime of (President) Bashar al-Assad,” Macron said, without giving details on the evidence or how it was acquired. [ Source: France24 (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “Macron says there is ‘proof’ of chemical weapons attack in Syria

  1. Show me your proof that it was definitely Assad that used the gas!
    And you're going to tell me that you can prove that from your President's chair.
    I need more than that.

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