EU tightens sanctions on Syria

Foreign ministers condemn Syrian threat to use chemical weapons, add to sanctions, and increase aid to refugees.

Foreign ministers from the European Union’s 27 member states today (23 July) tightened sanctions against the Syrian regime, and described a threat by the Syrian government to use chemical weapons in the event of international military intervention as “monstrous” and “unacceptable”.

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