Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin to discuss Syria crisis



Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are to hold talks on Syria later when they speak for the first time since the US President ordered a missile strike on the country.
 
Last month's American attack on a Syrian government airbase from where a deadly chemical attack was allegedly launched, strained relations between Washington and Moscow.


The US held the Damascus regime responsible for the atrocity, which Russia sided with their Syrian allies in blaming on rebel forces.


Dozens of children were hurt in the suspected gas attack


Mr Putin condemned America's military response as a "violation of international law", while Washington said ties had reached a "low point", amid Moscow's continued support for President Bashar al Assad's regime.




SKY     News.