Mei: the strike was dictated by the receipt of intelligence information that could not be announced in the Parliament

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British Prime Minister Theresa may said willing to bear the responsibility for the failure to inform Parliament about the impending attack of the allies on military targets in Syria. She said this, speaking to members of the house of Commons. The meeting was broadcast parliamentary portal.

“We coordinated with our allies actions to ensure the secrecy of the operation. It was necessary to ensure her safety. The strike was dictated by the receipt of intelligence information, much of which could be announced in the Parliament”, – she said.

The government has the right to prompt action in the interests of national security, said may.

“The Parliament can bring me to justice. But in my authority as Prime Minister is to take such decisions”, – said the Prime Minister.

On the night of 14 April, the United States, Britain and France attacked three targets in Syria. The special operation was a response to the use of chemical weapons in the city of Duma in Eastern ghouta.

The world health organization reported on 11 April that the victims himataki steel 43 persons. According to the volunteer organization “White helmets”, in the Duma, killing 100 people.

Western countries accused in the incident the Syrian government. The Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov claimed that the Russian experts did not find in the Duma evidence of a chemical attack.

14 APR Mei said what felt right to take action in Syria without consultations with the Parliament because of the “assessment of operational security”.