LONDON Britain is in discussions with global partners on how it can place more tension on the Syrian govt and its supporters, which include Russia, Primary Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Monday.
The comments arrive as foreign ministers from the Group of 7 main industrialized nations fulfilled on Monday for an annual gathering which is predicted to be dominated by concerns in excess of U.S. and Russian involvement in Syria soon after a poison fuel assault which killed more than 70 people past 7 days.
Questioned about the chance of additional sanctions on Russia, the spokesman said: “We are in discussions with our critical partners on how we can provide further more tension to bear on the regime and those people who are backing it, which contains the Russians.”
He also said that Could spoke with Canadian Primary Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday night to examine the circumstance in Syria, and the pair agreed on the need to have to establish support for a political alternative to stop the conflict.
(Reporting by Kylie MacLellan, producing by William James enhancing by Stephen Addison)