Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu stated Monday that "US Congressional decision on Syria will have a lasting impact on US politics", Anadolu Agency reported.
Speaking on the private Turkish TV channel "HaberTurk", Davutoglu stated whatever the decision of US Congress would be, the consultation method to the Congress to give the decision over a military strike in Syria would be deeply debated in the coming future.
Davutoglu said that the "international community should not give up deterrence".
Davutoglu stressed "Turkey is taking all measures against every type of security risks," and added that "any attack against us will receive a response."
He said they, as Turkey, did not call or encourage anyone for a war, adding they laid forth a humanitarian call, which will be maintained.
"It was the Assad regime who declared war," Davutoglu noted and said the international system has failed the test on Syria.
Reminding that the UN investigation committee can only determine whether or not chemical weapons were used and not who used them, Davutoglu stressed "UN report on chemical attack in Syria must be published as soon as possible."
"The chemical attack was made by missiles which are only in the hands of Syrian regime. The Syrian regime kept a part of Damascus closed for three days after the chemical attack in order to erase all traces of chemical weapons," Davutoglu said.
Davutoglu added, "Russia and China should bring forward another proposal if they block United Nations on Syria."
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