He said that the use of chemical weapons in Syria would be a step too far. He said so more than a year ago. Chemical weapons were used in Syria, and his government claimed, not with 100 percent convincing evidence, that this had been done by Syria’s dictator, Bashar al-Assad. He said that there must be a military response to this. Then he said that he would ask his country’s parliament to vote on the matter. And then he asked the parliament to refrain from the vote.
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