The US is PREPARING a STRIKE "Tomahawks" in Damascus?





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Published on Mar 13, 2018

"Russian roulette" trump: the United States is preparing a blow "Tomahawks" in Damascus
Donald trump, who gained a reputation as an" international bully", is again preparing to show that he is a"tough guy". This time he is the mouth of the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley clearly hinted the Kremlin": "US ready to strike Syria if UN will be unable to achieve a ceasefire in the area of East Huta near Damascus".

The Kremlin and Smolensk square have not yet responded to this blackmail of Washington. But the fact that trump does not throw words to the wind, there is no doubt. In April 2017, the 45th President of the United States shocked the world by giving the order on drawing of a massive missile attack on air base al-Sirat in the province of HOMS.

Then, by order of trump, 60 Tomahawk cruise missiles were launched. The pretext for such an attack, the US has been the thesis that alleged Bashar al-Assad gave the order to use chemical weapons.

According to experts, now the Pentagon and the CIA intend to continue destabilizing the situation in the suburbs of Damascus - Eastern ghouta, in order to create a springboard for a new strike "Tomahawks", but now — not on the airbase, and according to the US media, this time - on the government buildings of the Syrian capital, including — at the residence of Bashar al-Assad.

It seems that trump ignores Russia's military presence in Syria, including the deployment of four multi-purpose fighters of the fifth generation of the su-57. A new report, which recently published the head of the Central command of the US armed forces (secom), General Joseph L. Votel, indicates that the US has long lost the initiative in Syria, where, according to the author, "Russian anti-aircraft missile forces threaten the dominance of the US air force in the region."

The situation in the region, says international analyst Aydin Mehdiyev


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