Macron “strongly” condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine

A first speech on Twitter. “France strongly condemns Russia’s decision to go to war with Ukraine,” Emmanuel Macron reacted Thursday on the social network, calling on Moscow to “immediately end its military operations”. “France stands in solidarity with Ukraine. It stands alongside the Ukrainians and works with its partners and allies to end the war,” added the head of state in a second tweet.

An invasion of Ukraine underway since last night

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced at dawn a “military operation” in Ukraine, where powerful explosions sounded in several cities of the country, Kiev claiming that a “large-scale invasion” was underway. Faced with this situation, “the consultation between partners and allies will be intense all day”, underlined the Elysée. Emmanuel Macron is due to take part in a G7 videoconference in the afternoon before heading to Brussels for an EU leaders’ summit at 8 p.m. The 27 have already warned that “massive” sanctions against Moscow would be taken in the event of an attack on Ukraine. The ambassadors of the 30 member countries of NATO will also meet urgently Thursday morning in Brussels.

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