Lavrov: Tripartite aggression on Syria won’t be left unanswered


Moscow - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the tripartite aggression on Syria won’t be left unanswered, SANA reported.

“There would be consequences. We lose basically the last remnants of trust to our Western friends,” Lavrov told the BBC broadcaster.

“They punish first in Douma, in Syria, and then they wait for the inspectors of the OPCW [Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons] to visit the place to inspect. Proof by punishment is what is being applied by the troika of Western countries,” Lavrov added.