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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson used the G7 summit to warn French President Emmanuel Macron about this Resolving the conflict now in Ukraine will only lead to “permanent instability” in Europe, Following some statements made by the French Head of State in which he suggested that Russia should not be humiliated in the process of seeking peace in Europe.
According to a spokesman for the British Prime Minister to the newspaper telegraphBoris Johnson warned that, in the present circumstances, The end of the conflict will be seen as a victory for the Russian president: “It will give Vladimir Putin a license to manipulate both sovereign states and international markets forever,” he added.
Despite criticism of the French president, the two leaders agreed to “continue to work” together on “areas” such as “defense and security” – both of which argue that the West should send more weapons to Ukraine.
Such as telegraphbefore the summit Boris Johnson took the opportunity to praise Germany for its response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, But he did not mention France. “I never believed I would see a German chancellor assert himself the way Olaf Schulz ended up asserting himself,” he said, adding that he had never considered seeing Berlin “send weapons to the Ukrainians to protect themselves.”
For the British prime minister, Olaf Scholz has made “significant achievements”, given that “40% of the gas” arriving in Germany comes from Russia. They are under great pressure, and they have to secure a source of energy elsewhere. But they do. They are making an effort. They are making sacrifices.” Boris Johnson line.
The French president said in May that peace in Europe is necessary, and for this, Ukraine and Russia should sit “around the table.” “But this will never be done to the exclusion or humiliation of either side.”Emmanuel Macron pointed out.
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