"Whether we like it or not, without Russian Federation, the political process will not succeed", Maas said. "We'll watch his actions".
"Clearly the Assad regime did not get the message a year ago".
"The last time the United States launched a missile attack against the Shayrat airfields (in April 2017), it really did not put a dent into Syria's chemical weapons arsenal or air forces", Piazza said.
Meanwhile, NATO's secretary general said the USA -led airstrikes will reduce the Syrian government's capabilities of carrying out new chemical attacks.
Responding to criticism that Trump last month somehow encouraged Assad to use chlorine bombs against his how people by indicating that he wanted 2,000 US troops in Syria to withdraw, Haley said the president has made it clear soldiers will remain until the job is finished.
While Germany did not take part in the action against Syria, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday she supported steps taken by the allies.
It said no deaths from mechanical injuries were visible and all symptoms were characteristic of a chemical weapons attack, particularly choking agents and organophosphorus agents or hydrocyanic acid. "We convinced him to remain". We, likewise, commend the courageous stand of countries which are friendly to the Syria and its people.
"More bombings and the continued presence of 2,000 US troops in northeast Syria. would undoubtedly prolong the war and the suffering of Syria's people", Glass told USA TODAY. Worldwide relations analysts interpreted that as meaning Russian escalation or retaliation has been greatly reduced.
U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence is attending the Summit of the Americas in Trump's stead, and is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday.
US officials said Saturday that they believed the strikes would prevent future chemical attacks by the Syrian regime, but warned that the USA was prepared to "sustain" its operation if Assad continues his aggressions. Russia's defense ministry said more than 100 cruise missiles were fired.
The action was in response to a recent deadly attack in the town of Douma.
She authorized the strikes without parliamentary backing and it's not clear she would have got it if she'd sought it. Parliament refused United Kingdom participation in a planned punitive raid on Syria in 2013, one of the reasons then-U.S. President Barack Obama called it off.
"They are hard for us, but will do more damage to the U.S. and Europe", RIA quoted Serebrennikov as saying. But late Saturday, senior administration officials called the evidence "incontrovertible".
Syrian state media said the attack would fail and called it a "flagrant violation of global law".
A Syrian firefighter is seen inside the destroyed Scientific Research Centre in Damascus, Syria April 14, 2018.
France is urging Russia to join in renewed peace efforts after Western missile strikes on Syria aimed at punishing Bashar Assad for an alleged chemical attack, while the Syrian leader was said to have appeared unfazed Sunday in a meeting with Russian politicians.