U.S. Pres. Trump expressed the reason behind the attack of U.S. to Syria.
TRUMP – United States President Donald Trump exposed the reason behind his country’s launching of 60 missiles against an airbase in Syria.
The launching of 60 Tomahawk missiles of U.S. against Syria has sparked lots of news reports. U.S. Pres. Trump has already revealed the reason behind the move based on a news report in Elite Readers.
The U.S. leader expressed that the attack on a Syrian airbase was a response to the chemical attack that was previously launched on the same area.
“It is in the vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread of chemical weapons,” Pres. told the media based on the report.
According to the report, the spokesman of the Pentagon, Captain Jeff Davis, also reiterated the reason of the U.S. leader. In an email sent to the media, Davis stated that the purpose of the attack was “to deter the regime from using chemical weapons again.”
Davis added that the utilization of “chemical weapons against innocent people” will not be condoned.
Based on a previous news report, U.S. officials said that the Tomahawk missiles which were launched towards a Syrian airbase were fired from the two warships in the Mediterranean Sea.
It was the ‘most dramatic military order’ since Pres. Trump assumed office.
According to the U.S. officials, the chlorine with a nerve agent that was possibly a sarin released by the aircraft of the government of Syria murdered dozens of civilians.
Pres. Trump emphasized that his country must stop the utilization of deadly chemical weapons. According to him, they will continue to be on the side of justice. He expressed that he wills to implement harmony and peace across the different nations.
Trump said that the incident in Syria is a disgrace to humanity and it should have not taken place.
Based on the report, State Secretary Rex Tillerson expressed that after the chemical attack, President Bashar Assad should not be anymore given a part in governing the people of Syria.
Tillerson also criticized Moscow for not being able to fully fulfill its vow in 2013 to destroy the chemical weapons of Syria based on a report in The New York Times.
The Syrian Army expressed that six people were killed by the U.S. missile attack. Russian Pres. Vladimir V. Putin was not personally reached out by the American officials regarding the strike but the Russian military in Syria knew it before it happened.