Macron: France to stand by Baltic countries on security

Macron: France to stand by Baltic countries on security

The recent attack of in the suburb of Damascus has taken a new turn.

French President Emmanuel Macron accused Damascus of "chemical attacks" against civilians in the Syrian rebel enclave of Douma in a call with United States leader Donald Trump on Sunday, April 8, as global outrage mounts against the alleged use of the weapons.

"First, we continue to exchange technical and strategic information with our allies to define our reaction, which will take place in the coming days".

Macron emphasized if a military strike were to be carried out it would exclude Syria's government allies and everyone else.

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The ministry said that it hopes the program and the improved deficit targets, as well as the economic reforms led by the government, will help France exit the excessive deficit procedure of the European Commission.

At least 60 people were killed and over 1,000 injured in Saturday's suspected chemical attack on Douma according to a Syrian relief group, reports Reuters. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis took a more measured tone, saying the US and its military coalition partners were still studying intelligence on the attack.

One official said the U.S., France and Britain were considering military options that would be more extensive than the punitive, one-day strike last April. He mentioned that he was in favor of participating in this effort.

This marked a change of direction for Macron, who had previously clashed with Saudi Arabia after expressing he was committed to the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal.

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US President Donald Trump, on Monday, said the US response would be quick and forceful once responsibility for the attacks was established. In other words, he indicated that a potential military response was possible.

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In 2013, Parliament voted down British military action against President Bashar al-Assad's government in a major embarrassment for May's predecessor, David Cameron. The British daily newspaper, The Guardian, through a news report confirmed Phillippe called for a strong, united and resolute reaction from the worldwide community.

It added that the two leaders shared information "confirming" the use of chemical weapons and would coordinate their efforts at a meeting of the UN Security Council in NY on Monday.

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'I consider it my responsibility to stop the erosion of confidence among Catholics with regards to politics and politicians, ' Macron added.

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