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"They cross a dangerous line": Russians warned the US against a blow to Syria

Washington crosses the "dangerous thin line", considering the scenario of the military conflict with Damascus. This opinion was expressed by the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzia.

"It seems to me that they are crossing a dangerous thin line, which is dangerous in and for the world," the diplomat said.

According to him, Moscow has repeatedly warned Washington about the unpleasant consequences of military aggression against the legitimate Syrian government.

"We have repeatedly warned the American side about the possible very negative consequences of the possible use of weapons against the legitimate Syrian government, and especially if the use of these weapons - God forbid, of course - affect our military," Nebenyu Tass quoted.

The representative also recalled that Russian servicemen, unlike their American counterparts, are legally in Syria, at the invitation of the official Damascus.

https://www.kp.ru/online/news/3078630/
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Hillary would have done this six months ago. What is taking Trump so long?
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>>244714
The oligarchs are holding his outstanding debts above his head and he's afraid to bite the hand of his masters.
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>>244731
That and the pee tape
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Moscow Trump Tower when?
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>>244731
>The oligarchs are holding his outstanding debts above his head and he's afraid to bite the hand of his masters.
Wew lad glad ill never be this delusional
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>>244632
>It's is not a warning
> you have been warned
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I doubt anything would come about it

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