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The country's government denies using nerve gas. On Friday, the US carried out missile strikes on a Syrian air base it says is suspected of storing chemical weapons. At least six people are reported to have died. In response, Syria's ally Russia accused the US of encouraging "terrorists" with unilateral actions. Moscow has further promised to strengthen Syria's anti-aircraft defences and it is shutting down a hotline with the US designed to avoid collisions between their air forces over the country. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Khan Sheikhoun on 5 April, the day after after a suspected nerve agent attack in the town Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has said "terrorists are celebrating" the US strikes on the air base. But he also backed calls for an independent inquiry into the suspected chemical weapons attack. Mr Johnson's visit, for talks with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, would have been the first by a UK foreign secretary in more than five years. Critics have claimed Mr Johnson is in political trouble after cancelling the meeting. The SNP's Foreign Affairs spokesman Alex Salmond said: "Boris Johnson just looks daft.