Emmanuel Macron warned of the risk of world division due to hostilities in Ukraine president
French President Emmanuel Macron has warned of the risk of world division as a consequence of hostilities in Ukraine. He stated this during his speech at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, his words are quoted by the TF1 TV channel.
According to him, those countries that have decided to maintain “neutrality”, “want to imitate the struggle”, refusing to express their position, “are mistaken and take on historical responsibility.
” Those who today silent, <…> serve the cause of the new imperialism, modern cynicism, which is destroying our international order, without which the world is impossible,— Macron says.
Russia needs to hear that “it cannot impose its will by military means,” he stressed.
This is not about “choosing a side between East and West, between North and South”, but about the responsibility of all those who are committed to the UN charter and “the most valuable good” world,” the French leader is convinced.
Macron did not rule out “other wars of conquest in Europe, and tomorrow, perhaps in Africa, Asia or Latin America.”
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“What we have been observing since February 24, — this is a return to the era of imperialism and colonies, France rejects this and will stubbornly seek peace, — concluded the president.
After the authorities of the DPR, LPR and the territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by Russian troops announced holding referendums on joining Russia, Macron announced his intention to talk with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the near future. He called the forthcoming vote a parody. “If the idea of a referendum in the Donbass weren’t so tragic, it would be funny,” — said the French leader.
At the same time, he expressed his readiness to continue the dialogue with Russia about peace in Ukraine.
The last time Putin and Macron spoke by phone was on September 11 at the initiative of Paris. In total, since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine, according to the Kremlin, the heads of state have called up more than ten times.
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