Macron: the West should consider guarantees if Putin wants to negotiate

The West must consider how to respond to Russia’s need for security guarantees, whether President Vladimir Putin agrees to negotiations to end it of the war in Ukraine. French President Emmanuel Macron said in a statement broadcast on Saturday, Reuters reported.

In an interview with the French TV channel TF1recorded during his state visit to the US last weekMacron said Europe must prepare its future security architecture.

Macron also said so Europe must respond to Putin’s fear that “NATO will arrive right in front of his door” due to the deployment of weapons that could threaten Russia as Europe worries about its future security.

Russia advises France to set up a tribunal for its own crimes first

Moscow is outraged that Paris continues to turn a blind eye to the illegality of the Kiev regime

We remember it Moscow is indignant about France’s intention to set up a court to investigate “Russian aggression”.

“We are outraged by the French Foreign Ministry’s statement regarding plans to create a special court ‘for crimes of Russian aggression’. In addition to trying to involve the International Criminal Court, Western countries have decided to promote the idea of creating another purely politicized “judicial” power, which actually has nothing to do with justice,” the Russian department is outraged.

“For some reason, Paris continues to turn a blind eye to the eight-year lawlessness of the Kiev regime against residents of Donbass, who continue to die every day under artillery and rocket attacks,” the ministry added.

The Russian Foreign Ministry also points out that the current attempt by Western countries to hastily create a “quasi-judicial mechanism” is another example of the West’s policy of double standards.

Russia has a new tactic in Ukraine

Russia has a new tactic in Ukraine

Waiting for the big cold to strike again

The Russian Federation has slightly changed its tactics regarding strikes in Ukraine.

The opponent is waiting for temperatures in the country to drop to about -10 degrees Celsius at night to freeze people, Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of Volodymyr Zelensky’s presidential office, told Russian journalist Yulia Latynina.

According to him, the plan of the Russian Federation is “absolutely cannibalistic.”

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