Military attack on Syria will further complicate situation: Algerian PM
Algiers, � Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia deplored military aggression on Syria, saying that such moves will further aggravate the situation.
In a press conference on Saturday, he added that countries which attacked Syria should have waited for the outcome of investigations into alleged chemical attacks in Syria but unfortunately, this did not happen.
He reiterated that Syrian crisis needs diplomatic solutions and such attacks will adversely affect political settlement of the Syrian crisis.
Meanwhile, Algerian Foreign Ministry expressed regret over military aggression on Syria, urging all parties to abide by international laws.
Algerian FM spokesman Abdul-Aziz bin Ali Sharif stressed that military attack will reduce chance of finding a political solution to the Syrian crisis.
The US, UK and France attacked Syria with over 100 missiles in response to alleged chemical attack.
Western nations, particularly France, the United States, and the United Kingdom, have blamed the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad for the attack, but he has denied the accusations of using chemical weapons in Douma.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA