The head of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expressed his support for Western air strikes in Syria on 14 April in response to the latest alleged chemical weapons attack.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on April 14 that the alliance "considers the use of chemical weapons unacceptable".
Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO Secretary General, stated that he supported the airstrikes in Syria conducted by the US and its allies.
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The United Nations Secretary-General, meanwhile, said he is closely watching reports related to the airstrikes on Syria conducted by three of its permanent members.
Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged the members of the organisation to show moderation in the prevailing "dangerous" climate and to respect global law.
"I call on the members of the Security Council to unite and exercise that responsibility", Guterres said. The allies put the blame of the attack on Damascus, while the Syrian leadership denied any involvement in the use of chemical weapons.
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At the same time, Stoltenberg expressed his conviction that those responsible for chemical attacks must be held to account.
On April 7, the volunteer organizations reported that the chemical attack at Douma, the East Ghouta took place.
Jeremy Corbyn said the military action against Syria was "legally questionable" and makes real accountability for war crimes less likely.
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US President Donald Trump on Friday launched precision air strikes on Syria in a combined operation with France and Britain.
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