Jean-Marc Ayrault told France-Inter radio Monday that “France intends to get in touch with the prosecutor to find out how the probe can be launched.”
Ayrault says France disagrees with Russia’s “bombarding” of Aleppo and “is committed as never before to saving the population.”
He says the investigation would hinge on Moscow’s role in the aerial offensive in the rebel-held eastern part of the city.
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