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Russia, Iran, Syria jointly condemn US' unilateral missile strike


Russia, Iran, Syria jointly condemn US' unilateral missile strike: [] According to Iranian state IRNA news, Javad Zarif condemned using chemical weapons in general and said that, in the meantime, using this excuse for unilateral and illegal attacks on Syria is also condemned and this matter should be dealt impartially so that the truth becomes known.

Syria believes that the peace processes at Astana and Geneva have been undermined by the current administration of US President Donald Trump.

“We noticed that when the Trump administration came to power, the US role in the Astana and the Geneva process has been reduced to the very minimum,” FM Walid al-Moallem said. “This means that they do not want success in the peace process.”

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