The First Minister has backed the Prime Minister's decision to take military action against Syria in retaliation for the use of chemical weapons.
In a statement, Carwyn Jones said: "I spoke with the PM last night about the action in Syria. I offered my support to any intervention that could prevent a further atrocity."
But the First Minister's stance is directly opposite to the leader of the UK Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, who says that the Prime Minister should have sought parliamentary approval and branded the decision as 'legally questionable.'
Welsh Conservative leader, Andrew RT Davies AM said the decision by Theresa May was 'considered' and 'the right one'.
Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood, said the strikes against Syria are 'reckless'.