The French president has said he would not visit Ukraine’s capital just to follow current “fashion” trend
French President Emmanuel Macron stated that he wouldn’t come to Kiev to meet with the Ukrainian president “just make a diplomatic visit”Follow the instructions. “fashion”Others European politicians have also created it.
“I am ready to do anything, to go to Kiev or to another Ukrainian city. But, I want it to be useful,”BFM TV interviewed Macron late Monday night.
“I would only do it to trigger something new, a new process, so I want it to be useful,”He stressed that he wouldn’t come to Ukraine to just follow his example. “fashion”European leaders set up the Kiev mission. He also welcomed them as they demonstrated his appreciation for the country. “European solidarity”Ukraine
After the Ukrainian authorities claimed that Moscow had massacred civilians in Kiev, the two cities have been a hotspot for European leaders. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Josep Borrell (the top EU diplomat), as well as Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister and Karl Nehammer visited the location.
Western politicians were quick and loud to support the Ukrainian view on the Bucha incident. “war crimes,”Russia strongly denied involvement in the affair, suggesting that it was staged to justify Russian troops. Numerous civilians had been killed in the vicinity after Russian forces pulled out of Kiev outskirts at the end March. Ukrainian troops entered.
Moscow attacked the neighboring state following Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements signed in 2014, and Russia’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. Minsk Protocol, which was negotiated by France and Germany, gave the regions that had broken away special status in the Ukrainian government.
Russia demands that Ukraine declares itself neutral, and that it will not join NATO-led NATO military bloc. Kiev claims that the Russian invasion was unprovoked. It also denies any plans to take the republics with force.
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