In Kiev, the meeting between Putin and Macron was called the “funeral of sanctions”
The meeting between the presidents of Russia and France, Vladimir Putin and Emanuel Macron, became a “funeral procession” for anti-Russian sanctions, said Ukrainian diplomat Roman Bezsmertny on the TV channel UA: First.
“I have a deep belief that we have half a year of sanctions left,” he said.
According to him, to rectify the situation, "serious tactical steps in the foreign policy plan in Europe are needed."
The immortal also drew attention to the fact that, speaking about the situation in the Donbass, Macron used the word "crisis", and not "war."
The talks between Putin and Macron took place on August 19 at the summer residence of the French presidents - Forte Breganson. In the Kremlin they were called constructive.
Following the summit, the French leader published a post in Russian in Facebook on Facebook, in which he expressed hope for the further development of bilateral relations.