The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has alerted his citizens this Saturday that “the war will last”so he asks to have “determination” at the same time that he has advanced that he is preparing a plan to face its consequences.
“The war will last, this crisis will last” and will have long consequencesand for this reason “we have to prepare ourselves with a lot of determination and a lot of solidarity,” Macron said on the opening day of the Agriculture Show.
In this sense, he has warned that the conflict, “unilaterally decided” by the Russian presidentVladimir Putin, will have “consequences” on the agricultural sector, for example on exports of wine and cereals.
Macron also announced that the French government is preparing a “recovery plan” for the sectors that may be most affected. “We will be here to accompany our farmers,” she assured.
The President of France will chair this Saturday afternoon a new meeting of the Selected Council for Defense and National Security to analyze the evolution of the situationa session that will begin at 5:00 p.m. Spanish time.
Macron talks to Zelensky
Macron and his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodomir Zelenski, had a telephone conversation this Saturday in which he told him, according to the Eliseo, that “they had kept Kiev”a city where on the night of this Friday to Saturday street fighting took place.
For his part, the Ukrainian president reported on Twitter that “a new day on the diplomatic front began with a conversation with Emmanuel Macron. Weapons and equipment from our partners are on their way to Ukraine. The anti-war coalition works!”