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Mai hints at a blow to Syria and calls on her government to meet

British Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken of the need to respond to the chemical attack that has always targeted the eastern Gaza Strip, and sources expected May to ask her government to approve military action without reference to parliament.

“The chemical attack that took place on Saturday in Damascus was shocking and barbaric,” May told reporters in the city of Birmingham.

“We are rapidly approaching an understanding of what has happened on the ground. All indications are that the Syrian regime is responsible, and we will work closely with our closest allies to discuss how we can ensure accountability of those responsible,” she said.

When asked if she would call the British parliament, Mai declined to answer directly and said she was working with allies to prevent and deter the use of chemical weapons.

Meanwhile, the British Prime Minister announced that May decided to invite ministers to London “to discuss the response to events in Syria.”

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that Mai will not seek parliamentary approval in advance to join any military action is possible because it prefers to take action quickly, while Sky News expected May to ask the Council of Ministers on Thursday to agree to participate in a military action Led by France and the United States and targeting the chemical weapons infrastructure in Syria.

For his part, the leader of the opposition British Labor Party, Jeremy Corbin, said parliament must have a say in any military action in Syria.

These developments come after the White House announced that US President Donald Trump holds the head of the Syrian regime Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies responsible for a supposed chemical attack that led to dozens of casualties in Duma, noting that it does not rule out a direct military clash with Russia.
Source: Al Jazeera + Agencies

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