WATCH Reported Footage of French Fighter Jets Taking Off to Bomb Syria

French strikes on Syria were aimed at stopping the government of President Bashar Assad from “violating human rights” and not at its allies, Russia and Iran, on Saturday. The video below allegedly shows French fighter jets just before they, jointly with the US and Britain, carried out a missile strike at a number of targets in Syria.
An Élysée Palace source told Reuters that air strikes, aimed at a research center and two production sites in Syria, had been conducted by French Mirage and Rafale fighter jets alongside four frigate warships. Although the air strikes are over, the French military remains ready to act as requested, according to the source.

Le Drian assured that French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Russia will not be cancelled, since “it is necessary to continue dialogue with Russia.”
He stressed that there won’t be the second phase of strikes on Syria as their aim was reached. He added that the French armed forces actions were “legitimate, their objective was to put an end to rights violations,” noting that “they were not aimed at the Assad regime’s allies or civilians.”
The minister pointed out that France launched missiles into Syria to back up its words with action and in coordination with the United States and the United Kingdom after they accused the Syrian government of using chemical weapons against its own people.
However, the Russian General Staff have not recorded French aviation’s participation in the attack, stressing that “Russian air defense systems at the Hmeymim and Tartus bases have timely found and controlled all the missile launches from naval and air vehicles of the US and Britain.”
Joint US, UK and French missile strikes were conducted early on Saturday at a number of targets in Syria. According to the country’s General Staff, three people were killed as a result of the Western attack.

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