Capitals, SANA-Czech President Milos Zeman on Saturday condemned the US-British-French tripartite aggression on Syria.
The Czech President’s spokesman Jiri Ovcacek stressed the need not to hurry to adopt the military option.
In Turn, Head of the Czech Parliamentary Group for Friendship with Syria Stanislav Grosbic condemned the tripartite aggression on Syria as a flagrant violation of the international law and endangers the stability and peace in Syria, the Middle East and the world as a whole.
Lebanese President: Tripartite aggression on Syria complicated the situation in region
Lebanese President Michel Aoun stressed that the aggression which was launched by the US, Britain and France on Syria complicated the situation in the region.
In a statement , President Aoun stressed that this aggression doesn’t contribute to finding a political solution to the crisis in Syria, but impeded all ongoing attempts for ending the suffering of the Syrian people.
The Lebanese President reaffirmed that Lebanon rejects any foreign aggression against any Arab state.
Lebanese Foreign Ministry said in a statement that a transparent and objective international investigation was supposed to be conducted by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) into the alleged use of chemical weapons in Douma.
The ministry described the attack as a blatant aggression against the sovereignty of a brotherly country and a breach of international laws.
Iraqi Foreign Ministry has said that the US, British and French aggression on Syria is dangerous act which could have serious repercussions that threaten the region’s security and stability.
In a statement, the Ministry called for a serious action to find a political solution to the crisis in Syria that would fulfill the aspirations of the Syrian people.
The statement added that the tripartite aggression on Syria gives terrorism another chance to expand after it was defeated.
Egypt expresses worry over tripartite aggression on situation in Syria
Egypt expressed deep worry over the tripartite aggression launched by the USA, Britain and France on Syria for its effects on the safety of the brotherly Syrian people as it also threatens the understandings reached to find a political solution to the crisis.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry, in a statement, expressed solidarity with the brotherly Syrian people for achieving their aspirations to live in peace and stability and to preserve Syria’s safety and territorial integrity through a comprehensive political agreement of all the political components of Syria.
The statement called upon the international law and the major states to shoulder their responsibilities in pushing forward the political solution to the crisis in Syria away from polarization.
Yemeni Deputy Foreign Minister Hussein al-Azzi strongly condemned the US-British-French tripartite aggression on Syria.
In a statement, al-Azzi stressed that this aggression is illegitimate as it constitutes a blatant violation of the international law principles.
For his part, Head of Yemen’s Revolutionary Committee Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi said that the tripartite aggression reflects the non-respect of the international law.