Trump had vowed to take swift and decisive action against Syria since reports of a suspected poison gas attack on a rebel enclave that killed dozens of people.
Russian Federation does not seek praise, only genuine cooperation in the fight against terrorism, Zakharova said, commenting on US President Donald Trump's recent tweet.
"And announcing military actions over Twitter is the height of irresponsibility and contradicts the President's own previous commitment never to disclose America's plans publicly", Markey said. "We'll be coming out of Syria, like, very soon", he said.
Syria and Russian Federation have blamed Israel for the attack, which has similarly been confirmed by the U.S. Israel has neither confirmed nor denied performing the operation.More news: Woman missing after fall from cruise ship
He also noted that France would decide whether to strike Syria when all the necessary information has been gathered.
The spokeswoman further stressed that Russian military personnel and doctors had visited Douma but found no traces of a chemical attack.
Later on Thursday, French President Emmanuel Macron said his country had proof that the Syrian government launched the gas attacks.
Tokyo issued a similar response in April past year when the United States conducted a missile strike on a Syrian air base that was the alleged source of a chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians. The US government is talking about "a response" after accusations that Damascus conducted a chemical attack in Douma based on unverified claims.More news: Beyonce becomes first woman of colour to headline Coachella
United States president Donald Trump has told Russian Federation to "get ready" for missiles to be fired at Syria, using Twitter to lambast Russian Federation for being "partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it".
When asked whether the American blood will be spilt in case Russian lives are lost, Russian blood is spilt, Zakharova said, "I do not really want to even think about this because you know, I just want to remind you, myself and everybody who are watching this interview that we are living in 2018".
At the House hearing, Democrats grilled Mattis on the wisdom and legality of Trump ordering an attack on Syria without explicit authorization from Congress. Mattis argued it would be justified as an act of self-defense, with 2,000 USA ground troops in Syria; he insisted he could not talk about military plans because an attack "is not yet in the offing".
Mr. Mattis said that although the United States has no hard proof, he believes the Syrian government was responsible for Saturday's attack. And as recently as March 29, Trump mulled ending USA military action in Syria now that the Islamic State's presence and power there is decimated.More news: Gianluigi Buffon won't back down over Michael Oliver comments