No specific measures

24. Juni 2015, von Thomas von der Osten-Sacken

As former ambassador to Syria Robert Ford testified to the House committee, a failure to act won’t affect only Syria: „The international consensus against (chemical weapons) use forged after the horrors of the First World War is being eroded with each new chemical attack,“ he said. „This is a risk to our own soldiers‘ safety and our broader national security.“

No matter: „I don’t have any specific measures here that I can lay out for you“ to stop the chlorine attacks, said State Department spokesperson John Kirby. Tell that to the families of the children whose lungs are being burned away.


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