He insisted he did "not want an escalation".
Macron was one of several Western leaders to enter the diplomatic crisis following last week's attack on Douma, which left 70 people dead, including 40 who showed signs of exposure to chemical toxins, Efe news reported citing a report by the World Health Organization. The Syrian government has denied the allegations.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany will not participate in possible military action in Syria, but supports sending a message that the use of chemical weapons is unacceptable. Second, we are strengthening our diplomatic action for the prohibition of chemical weapons.
Macron's government says the public sector reforms are needed to slash costs and improve efficiency.
The richness, density and vitality of Moroccan-French exceptional partnership reflect the solid foundation of a strategic relationship based on trust, mutual respect and fruitful cooperation in the service of the interests of both countries, the statement noted, adding that the Sovereign reiterated his invitation to President Macron to pay a state visit to Morocco. He added that it would have an "utterly destructive impact on the Syrian settlement".
"France will not allow any escalation that could harm the stability of the region as a whole, but we can't let regimes that think they can do everything they want, including the worst things that violate global law, to act", Macron said.More news: May Summons Emergency Cabinet to Discuss UK's Syria Response
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U.S. president Donald Trump said he was holding meetings on Thursday on Syria, where he has threatened missile strikes in response to a suspected poison gas attack, and expected to make decisions "fairly soon".
A top Syrian rebel official told AFP on Thursday that his faction only agreed to abandon its battered enclave outside Damascus because of an alleged toxic gas attack. Trump is assumed to have close ties with Putin.
Erdogan's remarks appear to criticize an exchange of threats by the United States and Russian Federation, saying Turkey was "deeply disturbed by some countries that rely on their military might, turning Syria into a virtual wrestling ground".
Western countries rushed to blame the incident on the Syrian government. Back then the Syrian opposition claimed that about 80 people were killed and about 200 more injured in a chemical weapons attack in Idlib province.
"The raised state flag over a building in the town of Douma has heralded the control over this location and therefore over the whole of eastern Ghouta", Major-General Yuri Yevtushenko, head of the Russian Peace and Reconciliation Centre in Syria, was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies.
US President Donald Trump is still weighing options for military action against Syria.