France's Macron not ruling out more Russia sanctions

31/5/2022 6:00:00 PM

France's Macron not ruling out more Russia sanctions

Emmanuel Macron

France's Macron not ruling out more Russia sanctions

PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday (May 31) that, following a sixth European Union package of sanctions against Russia, nothing could be ruled out in terms of additional sanctions in the coming weeks. Speaking to reporters following an EU summit in Brussels, he also said he hoped

PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday (May 31) that, following a sixth European Union package of sanctions against Russia, nothing could be ruled out in terms of additional sanctions in the coming weeks.Speaking to reporters following an EU summit in Brussels, he also said he hoped that in the next days and weeks agreement could be reached with Russia to allow more exports of food from Ukraine.

He said recent talks on the matter between the Russian and Turkish presidents had produced"positive conclusions"."I hope that the next few days or weeks will make it possible to resolve this situation," Macron added.During his last conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Macron said he had made an offer to Putin to draft a UN Security Council resolution providing a framework for the release of grain from Ukraine's blocked seaports.

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Lazy politician , sanction is an old school method that wont work anymore , Russia had been sanction for many years , they are as strong as ever . Now with China and China's alliances , sanction work ? Think about it . More sanctions now. Not later.

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LinkedIn PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday (May 31) that, following a sixth European Union package of sanctions against Russia, nothing could be ruled out in terms of additional sanctions in the coming weeks.Copy to clipboard https://str.Russia's invasion and how to deal with the conflict's impacts: high energy prices, an impending food shortage and the EU's defence needs.LinkedIn BRUSSELS: The EU failed on Sunday (May 29) to agree on an embargo of Russian oil, but diplomats but will still try to make progress ahead of a Monday-Tuesday summit on an exemption for pipeline deliveries to landlocked Central European countries, officials said.

Speaking to reporters following an EU summit in Brussels, he also said he hoped that in the next days and weeks agreement could be reached with Russia to allow more exports of food from Ukraine. He said recent talks on the matter between the Russian and Turkish presidents had produced"positive conclusions". According to preliminary information, five civilians were killed, including a teenager born in 2009," Russia's Investigative Committee said as quoted by Russian news agencies. "I hope that the next few days or weeks will make it possible to resolve this situation," Macron added. With a view to the summit tomorrow, let's hope it continues like this. During his last conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Macron said he had made an offer to Putin to draft a UN Security Council resolution providing a framework for the release of grain from Ukraine's blocked seaports. Donetsk is the de facto capital of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DNR) in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region that borders Russia. "Security guarantees must be given to the Ukrainians so their ships are not attacked," Macron said. Slovakia and the Czech Republic have expressed similar concerns.

"We are now waiting for a reply from Russia on this point and are liaising with the UN secretary general. Kyiv has been locked in conflict with Kremlin-backed separatists in the two breakaway regions since 2014. But even there, the decision will be only made later, after the European Commission makes a proposal on how to raise the money." Related: .