USA envoy Haley also said that if Trump draws the red line, he enforces it and the United States will continue to sustain pressure on Syria. Russian Federation has vetoed at least six resolutions in the U.N. Security Council regarding chemical weapons.
But Haley did not back down from the claims she made on Friday and repeated on Saturday-that the evidence was clear that Bashar al-Assad's regime was responsible for ongoing chemical weapons attacks, including the latest on April 7 that reportedly killed dozens of Syrian civilians.
Her remarks come after, the U.S., along with the United Kingdom (UK) and France together launched airstrikes against suspected chemical weapons facilities in the war-torn country. He also called for attacks on Syria to cease.
Responding to the horrific images after a chemical attack on the people of Syria, the United States and its allies launched a missile attack Friday night.
Russia's demand for condemnation and an immediate halt to "aggression" and "any further use of force" by the U.S., Britain and France got support from only two other countries on the 15-member council China and Bolivia.
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Haley said the United States successfully hit the heart of Syria's chemical weapons enterprise, and because of these actions, it is confident that it has crippled Syria's chemical weapons programme.
The first of the targets was a research center near the capital city of Damascus; 76 missiles were launched against the center.
Russian Federation and Syria call the attack fabricated.
A third airstrike targeted a storage site for chemical weapons equipment and a command post, both of which also were located near Homs. "We know that it is now up to Bashar al-Assad on whether he's going to use chemical weapons again".
Soussan reiterated a pledge by the Syrian government that the chemical experts would be allow to investigate unimpeded.
Bashar Jaafari, Syria's envoy to the United Nations, said the US, UK and France were "liars, spoilers and hypocrites" who exploited the United Nations "to pursue your policy of interference and colonialism".
He did not rule out sarin use.