Member of the European Parliament recalled at least three cases in which Russia saved France 05:30

Member of the European Parliament Hervé Jouvin in an interview with a newspaper “News” He reminded that Russia saved France at least three times in history.

In his view, the Russian Tsar preserved the unity of France after Napoleon’s defeats, and Russia’s actions made possible the victory of the Battle of the Marne in 1914, which stopped the advance of German troops towards Paris.

“It was the Russian soldier who broke the back of the Nazi war machine. France must remember this,” Jouvin concluded.

He also expressed his hope that Russia and France will continue to cooperate.

The parliamentarian expressed hope that France and Russia can continue their cooperation and establish diplomatic relations based on their rich common history.

In the same interview, Jouvin statedEU countries and Europeans are among the real losers in the Ukraine conflict.

Russian soldiers before caught Officer of the French Legion.

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Source: Gazeta


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