EU avoids sanctions talk at foreign ministers’ meeting
German minister says Assad has no future as president
LUXEMBOURG: European Union foreign ministers looked unlikely to join the United States on Monday in imposing new economic sanctions on Russia or Syria over chemical weapons attacks that prompted the first coordinated Western air strikes in Syria.
After Britain and France joined the United States in missile salvoes meant to cripple Syrian chemical arms facilities and prevent their further use, Western leaders sought to emphasis diplomacy, with an EU foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg.
“It is very important to stress (the strikes are) not an attempt to …read more
Source: The Himalayan Times