Ukraine war: Russia should be defeated but not destroyed, says Macron
Leaders from all over the world have gathered in Munich, Germany, for the Security Conference. Meanwhile, a statement by French President Emmanuel Macron is garnering a lot of headlines. Macron, who has always criticized Putin, said on Saturday that Russia should be defeated in war but not destroyed.
Macron stated this in an interview given to a French newspaper. Macron also slammed those who want to escalate the war in order to completely destroy Russia. Macron said that, like most people, he does not think that we should enter Russia and attack there.
France will never support an attack on Russia
Macron stated that some people want to destroy Russia, but France has never held this view. However, Macron also stated that now is not the time for peace talks with Russia. Right now, the entire focus should be on saving Ukraine.
According to the report in the New York Times, Zelensky and the NATO leader are greatly irritated by such things said about Russia. These people want a crushing defeat for Russia. Even if Russia has to pay any price for this.
Kamala Harris is accusing Russia of crimes against humanity
In her speech to the Munich Security Council, US Vice President Kamala Harris accused Russia of committing crimes against humanity. She stated that we had thoroughly investigated Russia’s actions in Ukraine. These are unquestionably crimes against humanity. The Russian army killed and tortured Ukrainians.
Sunak said – we have to prove Putin wrong
The Prime Minister of Britain also attacked Russia during the Security Council. Sunak said that we need to save the future of Ukraine. When the war began, Putin believed he could break our resolve. But this did not happen; instead, we proved him wrong. We’ll prove him wrong once more. Sunak also asked other countries to assist Ukraine by providing weapons.
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