Agencies - British Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday that his country could launch unilateral attacks on targets of the group "Daash" terror in Syria, without reference to the decision of the UN Security Council authorizes it.
This came during his speech before the country's parliament, after an opinion poll, conducted by the agency "Servishn" the British, came the result that only 15% of Britons, supporting launch their air strikes on targets for "Daash" in Syria, similar to what was done by France.
He said Cameron, "In these circumstances, we would have preferred to receive the full support of the Security Council, in efforts to find a solution to the war in Syria, but Russia has repeatedly threatened to use its veto against any such decision," adding that any move would be doing his country would be in the framework of the law, and will help to his country's security and protect its people.
With regard to the Russian veto, the British Prime Minister said, "We can not wait Malate Russian veto, because we need to maintain the integrity of our country," he said.
In response to a signal SNP leader at Westminster, Angus Robertson, the result of the survey, during the same meeting, Cameron said: "read the opinion polls is not one of my duties as prime minister, but the job related to make the right action that would preserve the integrity of our country." .
France has begun pounding the terrorist organization sites in Syria, 27 September / September last, and stepped up raids after the terrorist attacks in the French capital Paris, which killed 132 people and injured 349 others, as well as the killing of seven of the perpetrators of the attacks, adopted by the group. " Daash ". N // m
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