GREECE (OBSERVATORY) – Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a telephone conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron said that his country does not plan to participate in the alleged military operation in Syria.
This is reported by AMNA with reference to sources in the government.
“Both leaders discussed the latest developments in Syria. The Prime Minister of Greece condemned the use of chemical weapons, he said that the resolute initiatives of the European Union are necessary and stressed the need for efforts for a peaceful settlement based on the proposal of Sweden, “the agency said.
Earlier, their reluctance to participate in a possible military operation in Syria was expressed in Germany and Italy . In the Netherlands, however, they said that they would react with understanding if the United States decided to strike at the UAR.
April 12, it became known that British Prime Minister Teresa May will hold a cabinet meeting, which will discuss the question of Britain’s participation in the operation in Syria.