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#Kadyrov: West Wants To Destroy #Syria As They Did In #Libya, #Iraq
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Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov stressed condemnation of the US aggression on the Syrian territories, describing it as a violation of the international laws.


In an interview with Russia Today TV, President Kadyrov warned against the schemes hatched by the Western states against Syria, saying that the Western countries "want to destroy Syria as they destroyed Libya and Iraq."

On April 7th, the US committed a blatant aggression through targeting an airbase of the Syrian Arab Army, killing a number of people and injuring others including civilians and children.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

19-04-2017 | 12:27

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