September 27, 2022

Macron spoke out against insults to Putin


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French President Emmanuel Macron said that Western politicians should refrain from insulting Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as from actions that would escalate the conflict in Ukraine. On Sunday, March 27, reports the Agence France-Presse.

Commenting on the statements made by US President Joe Biden to the Russian leader, Macron stressed that he himself “would never use” such words.

He also added that he intends to talk with the President of Russia in the coming days. During the conversation, as expected, the issue of the evacuation of the inhabitants of Mariupol will be raised. According to Macron, it “needs to be carried out as quickly as possible.”

Earlier, during a visit to Ukrainian refugees in Poland, Biden again made insulting statements about Putin, and then said that the Russian leader supposedly “cannot remain in power.”

The White House again had to clarify and hastily reassure the media that the American president did not call for or hint at a change of power in Russia.

The Kremlin also emphasized that it was strange to hear harsh words from Biden, who called for the bombing of Yugoslavia and killing people. Also, such words further narrow the window of opportunity for establishing relations between the Russian Federation and the United States.

This is not the first time the 79-year-old Biden has spoken out harshly. During a March 16 interview with reporters, he answered a question from a Fox News correspondent whether he was ready to call Putin a war criminal. At first, the US president answered in the negative and left, but later returned, asked the question again and changed his answer to positive.

Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov then stressed that the Kremlin considers such rhetoric of the head of state, whose bombs killed hundreds of thousands of people around the world, unacceptable and unforgivable.

On February 24, Moscow launched a special operation to protect the civilian population of Donbass. As the press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov clarified, the special operation has two goals – the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine. According to him, both of these aspects pose a threat to the Russian state and people.

In mid-February, due to the aggravation of the situation in the Donbass as a result of shelling by the Ukrainian military, the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics announced the evacuation of the civilian population to the Russian Federation and asked for recognition of independence. On February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a corresponding decree.

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