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Macron believes that “the worst is yet to come” after the conversation with Putin

French President Emmanuel Macron believes “the worst is yet to come” in the conflict in Ukraine, according to sources of the French Presidency who spoke to the French media.

He said this after a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who expressed his determination to continue the attack and according to Macron wants to “take control” of the entire country.

Macron believes that "the worst is yet to come" after the conversation with Putin
PHOTO: © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned his French counterpart Emanuel Macron during a one-and-a-half-hour conversation today that the Russian military operation was proceeding “according to plan” and could “strengthen” if the Ukrainians did not comply. his terms.

“Russia plans to maintain the war against militants of nationalist armed groups,” Putin said during a telephone conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron, according to both Western and Russian sources.

Macron believes that "the worst is yet to come" after the conversation with Putin
PHOTO: MIL.RU RUSSIAN MOD

Macron’s adviser said the French president was concerned that “the worst has not yet come” in the armed crisis and that he had blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for his “lies”.

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