A joint command center made up of the forces of Russia, Iran and militias supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday said the US strike on a Syrian air base on Friday crossed "red lines" and it would respond to any new aggression and increase its support for its ally.
"So, really, now what happens depends on how everyone responds to what happened in Syria, and make sure that we start moving towards a political solution, and we start finding peace in that area".
Syria has denied using any chemical agents, and Russian Federation says the United States gave no evidence Syria has chemical weapons. Haley said. "The U.S. sees yesterday's attack as a disgrace at the highest level, an assurance that humanity means nothing to the Syrian government".
And the Kremlin said Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran's leader Hassan Rouhani condemned the cruise-missile attack Thursday on Syria's Shayrat airfield and urged the United Nations Security Council to take action against the USA for launching the attack that violated "the sovereignty of an independent country".
In his first televised interview, H.R. McMaster pointed to dual US goals of defeating the Islamic State group and removing Assad.
Tillerson, on the other hand, stressed that the air strike had the limited aim of deterring further use of chemical weapons.
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"I believe that the United States of America can address both at the same time", McCain said. Most recently, Haley condemned the country's silence over Assad's chemical attack.
"It agreed to be the guarantor of the elimination of the chemical weapons, and why Russian Federation has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me", Tillerson said.
But Ms Haley warned that the United States was prepared to "do more" if needed, leaving the door open for more military intervention as the global community awaits a response from President Assad and his allies.
Moscow has sought to deflect blame from its long-time ally Assad over the incident and says Syrian jets struck a rebel arms depot where "toxic substances" were being put inside bombs.
"This is a great opportunity for the Russian leadership to reevaluate what they are doing", he said, "why they are supporting a regime that is committing mass murder against its own people". The comments from the Trump administration signal a new course in the foreign policy regarding Syria. "Right now I think everyone in the world [sees] Russian Federation as part of the problem". The government refers to all those fighting against it as terrorists.
"We've seen what that looks like, when you undertake a violent regime change in Libya, and the situation in Libya continues to be very chaotic", he said.