LONDON – The American president Donald Trump and the British prime minister, Theresa May agree that they have a joint response should have as a deterrent against the use of chemical weapons in Syria. That has the office of the British prime minister Thursday to let you know.
Trump and May met after the main ministers of Great Britain, their support had expressed for possible retaliation along with the US and France to further use of chemical weapons by the regime of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
“They agree that it must be clear that the use of chemical weapon is not without consequences. It is also important to the future use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime to deter”, let the ministry of May in a statement to know. “Both countries have agreed to work closely together on an international response.”