Macron didn’t call Iran an enemy of NATO 22:21

French President Emmanuel Macron has refused to call Iran an enemy of NATO, despite reports that Tehran has delivered military drones to Moscow. It has been reported DEA News.

“The purpose of the alliance is not to declare someone an enemy every week, but to apply pressure when necessary when the interests or security of the allies are threatened,” said the French President.

That’s what Macron said in response to a question whether the numerous accusations against Iran mean that the Islamic Republic has become a rival to the North Atlantic Alliance.

Also, Macron declarationThe leader of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has the right to demand the support of the West, including on the issue of the country’s accession to NATO. According to the French president, it is the responsibility of the Western countries to provide support to Kiev in the short and long term.

In June reportedFrench President Emmanuel Macron urged Tehran to stop supporting Russia in the Ukraine conflict during negotiations with Iranian leader Ebrahim Raisi. It was announced at the Elysee Palace.

Before Macron refused From addressing the nation on Bastille Day.



Source: Gazeta

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