Sunday, April 9, 2017

U.S. Secretary Of State Tillerson: ‘No Change’ In Military Stance On Syria, Assad



Bloomberg: Tillerson Says ‘No Change’ to Military Stance on Syria, Assad

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There’s been “no change” to the U.S. military stance in Syria beyond the missile strike in retaliation for the Assad government’s use of chemical weapons on its citizens, yet the action carries a message for other countries acting outside international norms, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.

The U.S. still hopes to shepherd a “political process that we believe the Syrian people will lawfully be able to decide the fate of Assad,” Tillerson said Sunday in reference to Syria’s president on ABC’s “This Week With George Stephanopoulos,” one of two appearances on political talk shows.

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More News On U.S. Secretary Of State Tillerson Remarks Today

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson: 'No change' to US military position on Syria after strike -- ABC News
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says ‘there is no change’ in U.S. stance on Syria after missile strike -- New York Daily News
Tillerson says missile strikes carry a message for others -- AP
Tillerson cites Russian inaction as helping to fuel Syrian poison gas attack -- Reuters
Tillerson: Russia failed to 'live up to its commitments under the chemical weapons agreements' -- The Hill
Tillerson steps up on Syria, Russia after avoiding spotlight -- AP
Tillerson Heads to Moscow Days After US Missile Strikes in Syria Anger Russia -- VOA

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

He and Nikki Haley need to get on the same page before making public statements. What a cluster.... of fun.

fred lapides said...

they might note the moving of an American airbase to Syria if they think no change

War News Updates Editor said...

Yes Anon. They are not on the same page. Growing pains of a new administration.

Andrew Jackson said...

We had a stance,could of fooled me.