Merkel said, who is responsible for the chemical attack in Syria

Erika Holt
April 18, 2018

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) speaks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel as they attend a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by the Kremlin walls in Moscow, Russia, May 10, 2015. Putin stressed the actions by a group of Western countries, which committed "an act of aggression against Syria, grossly violated the norms of worldwide law" and substantially damaged the peaceful settlement of the Syrian crisis, TASS reported, citing the statement.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that Russian Federation, as an ally of the Syrian government, bore joint responsibility for the chemical attack in eastern Ghouta earlier this month but she stressed she still meant to keep talking to President Vladimir Putin.

"We know about the use of poison gas in Syria, Russia's ally Assad has overall responsibility, there is no doubt, but nevertheless - it is important to continue to talk with Russia", - said Merkel.

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The U.S., United Kingdom and France jointly launched strikes Friday night targeting the Syrian regime chemical weapons capabilities in retaliation for the suspected chemical attack that had killed dozens in eastern Ghouta.

Last Saturday, the United States, France, and the United Kingdom launched strikes on a number of targets in Syria in response to an alleged chemical attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma.

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