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Canada concerned about possible use of chemical weapon in Idlib by Assad

Canada and the international community repeatedly condemned the weapon usage
09:19, 8 September 2018

 

Reuters

Canada expressed a serious concern that the Bashar al-Assad regime may use the chemical weapon in Idlib provincial. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Chrystia Freeland, as Ukrinform reports. 

'We are really concerned that the Bashar al-Assad regime may again use the chemical weapon against its own people in Idlib, that would be a military crime. 

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'Canada and international community repeatedly condemned the blatant usage of the chemical weapon by the Syrian regime, which was confirmed by the international investigators,' she noted. 

'From the beginning of the war, the Syrian regime and its alliances conducted serious the transgression of the international humanitarian law and keep regularly bomb and shell the civilians,' Freeland added. 

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'Canada will keep facilitating the efforts to bring the regime to justice for its military crimes by collecting and saving evidence in the region,' the Minister assured.  

Washington is ready to once more strike Syria if the Syrian authorities will use chemical weapons. 

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