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May et Trump : la Russie doit rompre avec Assad
Reuters11/04/2017 à 00:24

    LONDRES, 11 avril (Reuters) -  
LONDON, April 10 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May 
spoke on Monday to U.S. President Donald Trump and agreed that 
"a window of opportunity" now exists to persuade Russia to break 
ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, May's office said. 
A spokeswoman for the prime minister said Trump had thanked May 
for her support following last week's U.S. military action in 
Syria against the Assad regime. 
In a shift in Washington's strategy, U.S. missiles hit a Syrian 
air base last week in retaliation for what the United States and 
its allies say was a poison gas attack by Syria's military in 
which scores of civilians died. The Syrian government has denied 
it was behind the assault. 
Trump had previously appeared disinclined to intervene against 
the Syrian leader and the attack raised expectations that he 
might now be ready to adopt a tougher-than-expected stance with 
Russia, Assad's main backer. 
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is due to travel to Moscow 
this week and the spokeswoman for May said the two leaders had 
agreed during their conversation that the visit was an 
opportunity to make progress towards a solution. 
"The prime minister and the president agreed that a window of 
opportunity now exists in which to persuade Russia that its 
alliance with Assad is no longer in its strategic interest," the 
spokeswoman said. 
"They agreed that U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson's visit to 
Moscow this week provides an opportunity to make progress 
towards a solution which will deliver a lasting political 
settlement." 
The spokeswoman said the two leaders had also stressed the 
importance of the international community, including China, 
putting pressure on North Korea to constrain the threat it 
poses. 
 
 
 (Kate Holton; Danielle Rouquié pour le service français) 
 

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