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Abdul Ahad
Jul 16, 2022
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Russia-France summit mediation fails to break through Ukraine French President Emmanuel Macron visited Russia on February 7 and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. In the past two weeks, the United States, Europe and Russia have engaged in a series of intensive diplomatic interactions in an attempt to de-escalate tensions on the Ukrainian-Russian border. However, the results of this series of talks have not been satisfactory. The two sides only agreed to "continue the talks" and "maintain the ceasefire". After the situation in Ukraine and Russia rapidly heated up at the end of 2021, Macron was the first European head of state to meet Putin, and France is currently the rotating presidency of the EU. In addition, before this visit to Russia, the United States and France discussed the Ukraine-Russia border issue through a hotline and coordinated each other's positions. Before Macron's visit, he vowed that "his negotiation with Russia may be able to prevent a military conflict." But the Kremlin's response at the time poured a bucket of cold water on Macron. Russian Presidential Spokesperson Peskov ( Dmitry Peskov, interviewed before Putin and Macron's meeting: "It's hard to expect a meeting to make a big difference." One of the goals of Macron's trip was to buy time to "freeze" the situation in Ukraine and Russia for a few months, wedding photo retouching services at least until Europe's "Super April" election month, Reuters quoted people close to Macron as saying. By then, general elections will be held in Hungary, Slovenia and France. Macron's move, however, has also been criticized by his rivals, who have sought to weaponize foreign policy to boost his re-election hopes. In addition, "Reuters" also said: "Macron has invested a lot of political capital for this series of diplomatic activities, and it would be extremely embarrassing to return empty-handed." At the same time, tensions on the Ukrainian-Russian border continue, and Western countries are increasingly concerned about the situation. Before the meeting between Macron and Putin, US Defense Department spokesman John Kirby warned that Putin had deployed troops on Belarus and Russia's border with Ukraine, The Guardian reported . . In addition, U.S. intelligence officials recently warned that more than 70% of Russia's military has been in place. Furthermore, the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned at a joint press conference after their meeting in Washington: "As far as I know, this is the time since the end of the Cold War. The most dangerous moment for security.” When the reporter further asked Blinken about the US warning about Russia’s imminent attack on Ukraine, Blinken denied that the US position was “alarmist.” "It's not alarm
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