US officials: if Xinhua attacks us, it will attack Syria again.

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 US officials: if Xinhua attacks us, it will attack Syria again.


China and the new network, April 19, according to Russian satellite network 19 reported, the United States House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Edward Royce said that if Syria once again the attack on the chemical weapons, the United States will carry out a new blow to the country. At the hearing of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Royce pointed out that the United States this time against Syria is legitimate and reasonable, because it is a response to the Syria governments attack on the chemical weapons. He said: I hope President Assad of Syria will understand the significance of this signal. If not, there will be a new blow. The United States, Britain and France in April 14th to launch missile attacks on the Syria governments so-called chemical weapons production facilities. From 3:42 to 5:10 local time, the three countries fired more than 100 missiles against the targets in the Syrian territory, most of which were intercepted by the Syrian air defense system. Russia has not been involved in the operation but has closely observed the strike. Russian President Putin said the attack of the United States and Britain was aggression against sovereign states. Source: China News Network Editor: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 He said: I hope President Assad of Syria will understand the significance of this signal. If not, there will be a new blow. The United States, Britain and France in April 14th to launch missile attacks on the Syria governments so-called chemical weapons production facilities. From 3:42 to 5:10 local time, the three countries fired more than 100 missiles against the targets in the Syrian territory, most of which were intercepted by the Syrian air defense system. Russia has not been involved in the operation but has closely observed the strike. Russian President Putin said the attack of the United States and Britain was aggression against sovereign states.