Is Vladimir Putin a dictator? This is the question posed by Gilles Bouleau to Emmanuel Macron in the program of TF1this Monday, March 14, France Facing War. “Formally, no, but it is not by insulting him or by qualifying him that I serve the interests of the French”first explained the President of the Republic Macron.
The candidate for his own succession, recalled having “tried to do the maximum, talking until the last hours”, to avoid war in Ukraine. “Then we acted,” he continued. “Our role today is to try to stop this war without going to war. By sanctioning Russia, by helping Ukraine and its people to survive, and by isolating Russia internationally. to Vladimir Putin, to break his logic, and explain to him the consequences of what he is doing. Even when you have a conflict of this order, you must discuss the humanitarian conditions, and find an agreement on the humanitarian convoys . This is what sometimes avoids the worst. We must prepare for peace”.
The Head of State gave his opinion on the reception of refugees. As Anne-Claire Coudray pointed out, “nearly 2.5 million people have already left the country”.
“We must take our share of refugees”insisted Emmanuel Macron. “Europe was built by protecting the refugees at the end of the Second World War. The freedom fighters, we protect them. We must welcome them, and take at least 100,000 of them. We must welcome them in good conditions, by training, by welcoming children to school, by providing work”.
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