UK to study options if Syria's Assad uses chemical weapons again: Boris Johnson

Updated:7 months, 3 weeks ago IST

London (England), Apr 16 (ANI): British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson on April 15 said that his government took the decision to join missile strikes against Syria without securing parliamentary approval because it was focused on the speed and efficiency of the operation. Johnson also said that the poisoning of former Russian spy SergeI Lavrov and his daughter Yulia was very much on his mind during the operation in Syria. "You see a kind of continuum of from Salisbury to Syria in the reckless, contemptuous use of these chemical weapons, endangering public health in Salisbury in Wiltshire and completely indiscriminately killing children cowering in buildings in Douma in eastern Ghouta," he said.

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