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In pictures, the sadness and frustration on Macron's face after Putin's call

In pictures, the sadness and frustration on Macron’s face after Putin’s call

A group of photos published by the Elysee Palace documented the look of the French president Emmanuel Macron After his conversation with his Russian counterpart, grief and frustration appeared on his face.

The French presidency published pictures of Macron after his call, Monday evening, with Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding the military operation in Ukraine.

However, his features seemed truer than statements and statements, and confirmed the failure of repeated French attempts to calm the conflict.

After the apparently bitter call, Macron announced that he did not expect a settlement of the crisis in the near future, describing talks with his Russian counterpart as “difficult.”

tough negotiations

He also said that “negotiations with Putin are difficult, because he refuses a ceasefire, and I do not think that a solution will be reached in the coming days, but I hope so.”

He also added that hostilities would continue in the short term, but indicated that he would continue to talk to Russia.

Respect for Russia and its people

The French president also spoke of the need to respect Russia and its people, saying, “We must always treat Russia and the Russian people with respect,” adding that “it is impossible to build a lasting peace if Russia does not participate in building a large-scale security structure on our continent, because history and geography dictate that.” .

Macron

It is noteworthy that France, since the start of the military operation on February 24, and even before that, has been trying to calm the escalating tension between Moscow and Kiev, against the background of the latter’s efforts to join NATO, as well as the latter’s expansion in Eastern European countries, which angered the Kremlin, which considered that Such operations threaten Russian security!

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