British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday in Paris that he was convinced that Britain should conduct air strikes along with France and other partners in Syria in an attempt to defeat the Islamic State.
Speaking at a joint press conference with French President François Hollande, Cameron also said he had offered France the use of the British air base in Cyprus as well as additional assistance with filling the airplane in the air.
"Later this week, I will expose in Parliament our comprehensive strategy to fight the Islamic state," Cameron said.
"I strongly support the action President Hollande has undertaken to conduct air strikes on the Islamic State in Syria and I am firmly convinced that Britain needs to do the same," he said, adding that this is the decision to bring parliament.
Cameron believes parliament will support launching air strikes after the Paris 13 attack. November in which 130 people were killed.
The British Prime Minister also said he would step up efforts to exchange intelligence with France and other European partners.
Hollande said that France plans to intensify air strikes on the Islamic State's targets, including the only French carrier of Charles de Gaulle on Monday.