After call with Putin, Macron thinks worst is yet to come in Ukraine

French President Emmanuel Macron is “pessimistic” after his exchange with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, and Macron thinks that “the worst is yet to come” in Ukraine

The French and Russian presidents spoke on Thursday morning for nearly an hour-and-a-half over telephone. Putin stuck to his guns and refused any “compromise”, BFMTV reported, quoting a spokesman for Macron.

The Russian President expressed “his great determination” to continue his offensive, the aim of which is “to take the control” of the whole country, the Elysee reported, according to…read more

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