Latin America reacts on USA against Syria attack

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US leaves the side to the UN when it suits you, said Bolivian President. | Photo: EFE

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, spoke Friday about the attack perpetrated by United States (U.S.) in the early hours of Friday to a Syrian base, describing it as a threat to international security and world peace. 
Through his Twitter account, the President that it is at rest after an operation in the Gorge, said that “chemical weapons in Syria” are an excuse for military intervention.
> Evo Morales returns to Bolivia after successful operation in Cuba I think and I feel, I hope not to be wrong, chemical weapons in #Siria are an excuse for military intervention.

-Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) 7 April 2017 said that this attack by the US against Syria violates the principles of the Charter of the United Nations, so it stressed that the internal problems of the countries can be solved through dialogue, not bombs. 

Unilateral actions are Imperial actions. #EEUU is not interested in international law, it sets aside the #ONU when it suits you.

-Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) 7 April 2017 internal problems of countries are resolved with dialogue, not with bombings. This action threatens international security and world peace.

-Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) 7 April 2017 > the world reacts to imperial attack against Syria also rejected the Government of Venezuela through an official statement, the attack by the United States against Syria and catalogued troubling imperialist sectors to justify military interventions and actions of the terrorist and extremist groups against the Government of President Al-Assad.
“The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela rejects the attack unilaterally, contrary to the Charter of the United Nations and of international law, perpetrated by the United States of America against the Syria Arab Republic, by Syrian air force base missile launching Ash Shairat in the province of Homs, the day of yesterday”, highlights part of the release. 
 

Venezuela rejected unilateral attack perpetrated by the U.S. against the Arab Republic Siriahttps://t.co/Gvc7XBpk1T pic.twitter.com/0ELfdTQCxI – Delcy Rodríguez (@DrodriguezVen) April 7, 2017 for its part, the former President of Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva also denounced a possible intervention by US to Syria, as it did with Iraq. 

And precise that it rush is Syria usou armas quimicas. O Iraque invaded was because I USA diziam eles tinham armas quimicas #LulanoRadio – Lula Brazil (@LulapeloBrasil) 7 April 2017 hair “is necessary to determine whether Syria used chemical weapons. Iraq was invaded because the United States said that they had no chemical weapons”, cites the tweet.

On the other hand, the President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, backed Friday the military actions of the United States against Syria.
“The use of chemical weapons is a crime of war and against humanity, signed by international treaties and should be coordinated by the international community,” said Santos.
The U.S. action has been denounced by some countries as a unilateral act that took the lives of nine person in Syria. 
U.S. says that this action was in response to an alleged chemical attack carried out by Syria last Tuesday in the province of Idlib, which left at least 86 dead. However, the Syrian Government reiterates to not be responsible for the fact, because the army does not possess such weapons and denounces as responsible for terrorists operating in the area. 

Colombia supports actions to prevent chemical attacks, which yesterday took us, provided that it is done within the international law–Juan Manuel Santos (@JuanManSantos) 7 April 2017 “we call to make it through the dialogue is to find a political solution to the very complex and dramatic situation of Syria”, said.
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