Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Macron: "Francia atacará si hay pruebas del uso armas químicas en Siria". - Los terroristas del Frente Al Nusra preparan una "provocación"

Francia atacará
El presidente francés, Emmanuel Macron, ha afirmado que Francia atacaría a Siria si hubiera pruebas del uso de armas químicas contra civiles en el país, informa la agencia Reuters.


"Si tenemos pruebas contundentes de que se utilizan las armas químicas prohibidas por los tratados (...), atacaremos el lugar donde se utilizan o estén localizadas", afirmó.

No obstante, el mandatario ha admitido que Francia aún no ha podido lograr pruebas de que Damasco haya utilizado este tipo de armamento en Siria.

En una conversación telefónica con el líder ruso, Vladímir Putin, el viernes pasado, Macron expresó su preocupación de que bombas de cloro se hayan utilizado recientemente contra los civiles en el país árabe.


  • Provocación orquestada


Mientras tanto, el Centro Ruso de Reconciliación para Siria ha advertido este martes que los terroristas del Frente Al Nusra preparan una "provocación" en la provincia siria de Idlib, con el fin de echar la culpa a Damasco por el uso de armas químicas.

Ese organismo ruso ha indicado que un residente de la localidad de Serakab (provincia Idlib) les comunicó por teléfono que esos terroristas transportaron 20 bombonas de cloro a una localidad de Siria el pasado 12 de febrero.

Según ese informante, los representantes de la rama local de los Cascos Blancos llevaron a cabo ensayos para realizar labores de primeros auxilios en el caso de que los residentes locales sufran envenenamientos.
 [actualidad.rt.com]
 12/3/18

3 comments :

  1. Emmanuel Macron has promised to “strike” Syria if any evidence emerges that chemical weapons were used against civilians. However, he added that French intelligence agencies do not have proof to back up such allegations.
    “On chemical weapons, I set a red line and I reaffirm that red line,” Macron told reporters in Paris on Tuesday. “Today, our agencies, our armed forces have not established that chemical weapons, as set out in treaties, have been used against the civilian population.”

    If any evidence is found, France will strike the places where chemical weaponry shipments "originate," he added. The French President also recalled his phone conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which took place last Friday.

    “I've reiterated it to President Putin, asking to make it very clear to the Syrian regime, which has reaffirmed that it does not use chemical weapons … but we are watching it,” Macron stated.
    RT

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  2. Macron’s new statements came amid a warning produced by the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria about a possibly looming chemical “provocation” in the country. The Center received a tip from a resident of Serakab in Syria’s Idlib governorate. The source claimed that the Al-Nusra Front (currently known as Tahrir Al-Sham) terrorist group brought some 20 chlorine canisters along with individual protection equipment to the village, while the White Helmets staged “first aid” drills with “local residents” who were supposedly suffering from poisoning. Such activity might indicate a new attempt to stage a chemical incident targeting civilians and then framing the Syrian government for it, the Center warned.
    RT

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  3. President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that "France will strike" if chemical weapons are used against civilians in the Syrian conflict in violation of international treaties, but that he had not yet seen proof this was the case.

    Macron said last May that the use of chemical weapons would represent a "red line".

    In a telephone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday he expressed concern over signs that chlorine bombs had been used against civilians in Syria.

    "On chemical weapons, I set a red line and I reaffirm that red line," Macron told reporters. "If we have proven evidence that chemical weapons proscribed in treaties are used, we will strike the place where they are made."

    "Today, our agencies, our armed forces have not established that chemical weapons, as set out in treaties, have been used against the civilian population."

    The Syrian government has repeatedly denied using chemical weapons and said it targets only armed rebels and militants.
    france24.com

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