Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif termed the United States’ missile strike against Syria as ‘foreign interference’.
Ivanka Trump dismissed the idea that her father was influenced in his decision to authorize a strike against Syria because of her reaction to the chemical attack there days prior that killed dozens, ABC reported.
People held a demonstration in the Spanish capital, Madrid, to protest against US President Donald Trump’s military order against Syria.
Majlis Speaker Special Aide for international affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that the US military move not only gave high spirit to terrorists, but persuaded them to commit more terrorist crimes against women and children of Fua’a and Kafraya towns.
Moscow has vetoed a US-backed resolution condemning the Khan Shaykun incident on April 4 as a chemical attack while demanding that Syria open up its military bases to inspections.
Over 83,000 U.S. citizens have signed a petition which urges Congress to vote against military initiatives of the President of the United States in the Middle East.
Amnesty International has mildly criticized a recent US strike on a Syrian airbase, stressing that it ‘doesn’t address problem’ in the country.
Americans narrowly support the recent US missile attack on Syria, a poll conducted by the Washington Post and ABC shows. At the same time, according to the survey’s results, the American people do not want new strikes.
US missiles took out 20% of aircraft, said US Defence Secretary James Mattis, reports the BBC.
Just three days after U.S. President Donald Trump approved the order to launch a cruise missile strike on the Shayrat Airport in east Homs, the Syrian military has made this strategic military installation operational again.