The ministry said it also showed once more that there was little to gain from talking to Britain, which it said had no real influence over world affairs.
"What comes next? I'm glad Trump did this".
The two leaders also called for an objective investigation into an incident involving chemical weapons in Syria's Idlib province and said they were ready to deepen cooperation to fight terrorism, the Kremlin said in a statement on its website.
The comments from Homs provincial Governor Talal Barazi came just hours after the Syrian government said the US missile attack on the Shayrat air base had caused extensive damage.
"I'm hopeful that we can have constructive talks with the Russian government, with Foreign Minister Lavrov and have Russia be supportive of a process that will lead to a stable Syria".
"It agreed to be the guarantor of the elimination of the chemical weapons, and why Russian Federation has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me", Tillerson said.
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United netted an extra time victor through Marcus Rashford , in between scoring two disallowed goals. Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari said he was "shocked and saddened" by the deaths.
Damascus and Moscow denied Syrian forces were behind the gas attack but Western countries dismissed their explanation that chemicals leaked from a rebel weapons depot after an air strike. "There seems to be a difference between what Ambassador Haley is saying, and what she said last night that Assad really has no future, and what I heard this morning from Secretary Tillerson".
Boris Johnson has pulled out of a visit to Moscow in the wake of the Syrian chemical weapons attack saying "we deplore Russia's continued defence of the Assad regime". "And somebody will say, 'Well, then they can fill in the runways.' Yeah, and we can crater them again too". "Assad signed the chemical weapons treaty ban".
Trump's national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, said Sunday that he saw the situation as a "great opportunity" for Russian Federation. Syria's governmental SANA news agency said six people died, but later reported the deaths of nine civilians. Why they are supporting a regime that is committing mass murder against its own people.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press", said removing Assad from power would require the United States to commit thousands more troops to the country to create safe-haven areas for the opposition to regroup, retrain and ultimately take control of the country.
"These unauthorized attacks could pull the United States into a regional war and escalate this unprecedented humanitarian crisis", their statement said.
When asked about Washington's anti-Russia sanctions, the US Secretary of State said "there is no reason to be lifting sanctions".