Has Macron explained which outcomes/situations he thinks (or perhaps was even let on by Putin) would be “humiliating” for Russia?

The Politicus
Jun 12, 2022 12:09 AM 0 Answers
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A fair bit of commentary has been written about Macron saying that Russia must not be "humiliated" in this war. Zelensky, for instance, said he doesn't understand what Macron is talking about. So, has Macron clarified how he sees peace happen (other than the fact it should be at the negotiation table)? Has Macron suggested any concrete steps that Ukraine must avoid, like not hold any war crimes trials? (The Russia delegation at the peace talks was clearly upset by some of this war-crimes talk). Or is there something else [concrete] maybe that Macron sees Ukraine must or mustn't do?

(For me Macron's comments are miffing because France has stepped up overt military aid for Ukraine, including self-propelled howitzers, in recent weeks.)

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