Macron said the leaders of the EU countries confirmed to Zelensky that they will help Ukraine defeat the Russian Federation 21:00

French President Emmanuel Macron said the leaders of EU member states had confirmed in a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that they would help the country defeat “aggression from Russia”. He announced this at a press conference after the EU Council meeting in Brussels. DEA News.

“After listening to Zelensky via video link, we reaffirmed our support and assistance to him in defeating Russian aggression,” Macron said.

The French President added that Ukraine’s allies will continue to assist him at the political, economic, military and humanitarian levels when needed.

Earlier in the video message of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky declarationThere are delays in taking the necessary decisions for the country. Announcing the postponement of the supply of long-range missiles and modern Western aircraft to Ukraine in particular, the president also drew attention to the postponement of new sanctions against Russia and the holding of a “peace formula summit”.

Source: Gazeta


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