BREAKING: U.N. Just Voted To Condemn Syria GAS ATTACKS- Internet EXPLODES At The HISTORIC Result

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The U.N. Security council voted on a draft resolution to condemn the chemical weapon attack in Syria Wednesday. Unfortunately, Russia vetoed and Bolivia voted against the draft resolution. But China, who is usually on the same page as Russia abstained, a positive sign that talks with President Trump last week may have had an effect on the superpower.

The draft resolution by Britain, France and the United States called for those responsible for the attack on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun on April 4 to be identified and brought to justice, Fox reports.

The resolution garnered 10 votes in favor, with Russia and Bolivia against it, and China, Ethiopia and Kazakhstan abstaining.

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said, “With its veto, Russia said no to accountability. Russia once again has chosen to side with Assad, even as the rest of the world, overwhelmingly comes together to condemn this murderous regime.”

At a press conference with secretary-general of NATO, President Trump said he was “not surprised that China did abstain” in vote.

Trump added that it was “certainly possible but probably unlikely,” that Russia knew in advance of Syrian chemical weapons attack.

The final draft of the resolution included a paragraph that the Russians objected to last week, which stressed Syria’s requirement to provide investigators with flight plans and information about air operations on April 4 when Khan Sheikhoun was attacked, names of helicopter squadron commanders, and immediate access to air bases where they believe an attack may have been launched.

“Right now, we’re not getting along with Russia at all, we may be at an all-time low,” Trump said.

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