• Macron, Zelensky to sign security deal in Paris on February 16 — AFP

    The Presidents of France and Ukraine, Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Zelensky, will sign a bilateral agreement on security guarantees at the Elysee Palace on Friday, the AFP news agency reports citing the French president’s administration.

    "This agreement follows from the commitments made by the Group of Seven on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Vilnius in July 2023," the agency quoted a statement from the Elysee Palace.

    The Telegram channel of the office of the President of Ukraine reports that Zelensky will visit Germany and France on February 16 to hold talks with Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and on February 17 he will take part in the Munich Security Conference in person. Zelensky is scheduled to hold talks with US Vice President Kamala Harris, as well as the leaders of Denmark, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and other countries on the sidelines of the conference. Earlier, Bloomberg, citing sources, reported that Zelensky plans to travel to several Western European countries in a bid to get more aid for Ukraine.

    On the sidelines of the NATO summit in Vilnius on July 11-12, 2023, the Group of Seven adopted a declaration on long-term security guarantees for Ukraine. Then some other countries joined this declaration. The document, in particular, states that Kiev should receive significant military help. Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov called this decision a mistake and Zelensky's trip potentially very dangerous.
    Macron, Zelensky to sign security deal in Paris on February 16 — AFP The Presidents of France and Ukraine, Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Zelensky, will sign a bilateral agreement on security guarantees at the Elysee Palace on Friday, the AFP news agency reports citing the French president’s administration. "This agreement follows from the commitments made by the Group of Seven on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Vilnius in July 2023," the agency quoted a statement from the Elysee Palace. The Telegram channel of the office of the President of Ukraine reports that Zelensky will visit Germany and France on February 16 to hold talks with Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and on February 17 he will take part in the Munich Security Conference in person. Zelensky is scheduled to hold talks with US Vice President Kamala Harris, as well as the leaders of Denmark, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and other countries on the sidelines of the conference. Earlier, Bloomberg, citing sources, reported that Zelensky plans to travel to several Western European countries in a bid to get more aid for Ukraine. On the sidelines of the NATO summit in Vilnius on July 11-12, 2023, the Group of Seven adopted a declaration on long-term security guarantees for Ukraine. Then some other countries joined this declaration. The document, in particular, states that Kiev should receive significant military help. Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov called this decision a mistake and Zelensky's trip potentially very dangerous.
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  • #Macron postpones visit to #Ukraine due to #security considerations

    French President Emmanuel Macron has postponed his visit to Ukraine, which was originally scheduled on February 13 to 14, the Challenges business weekly said, citing a source in the Elysee Palace.

    According to the weekly, the administration of the French leader explains the visit’s postponement by security consideration. Ukrainian diplomats were shocked by this decision, it noted.
    Apart from that, a delegation of the Movement of the Enterprises of France (#MEDEF) has also cancelled its visit to Kyiv.

    A new date for Macron’s visit to Ukraine has not yet been announced.
    #Macron postpones visit to #Ukraine due to #security considerations French President Emmanuel Macron has postponed his visit to Ukraine, which was originally scheduled on February 13 to 14, the Challenges business weekly said, citing a source in the Elysee Palace. According to the weekly, the administration of the French leader explains the visit’s postponement by security consideration. Ukrainian diplomats were shocked by this decision, it noted. Apart from that, a delegation of the Movement of the Enterprises of France (#MEDEF) has also cancelled its visit to Kyiv. A new date for Macron’s visit to Ukraine has not yet been announced.
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  • #Macron feasts with Swedish royalty as French #Farmers camp on motorway

    President and his wife enjoyed a banquet at Stockholm Palace while farmers cooked sausages on open fires near Paris in protest over low pay
    #Macron feasts with Swedish royalty as French #Farmers camp on motorway President and his wife enjoyed a banquet at Stockholm Palace while farmers cooked sausages on open fires near Paris in protest over low pay
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  • About the appointment of a new French Foreign Minister
    Personnel changes are ongoing in France:

    Yesterday, Emmanuel Macron announced the composition of the cabinet for the new Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal. While some politicians remained in their positions, there were also changes, including the appointment of Stéphane Sejourné as the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

    ▪️ Sejourné's political career began in 2014 under Macron, who was then the French Minister of Economy. He subsequently continued to work closely with the current president, being involved in the "Youth with Macron" project, his election campaign, and finally, leading the "Renaissance" party that he established in 2016. According to his close circle, during his time as a Member of the European Parliament, he proved himself to be an exceptional negotiator.

    ▪️ As Minister, Sejourné plans to focus on three main areas: strengthening the authority of international organizations such as NATO, the UN, WTO, and WHO; developing assistance for civilians in crisis zones such as Ukraine and the Middle East; and fostering cooperation among European countries in the area of security and defense, including reviving relations between France, Germany, and Poland within the framework of the Weimar Triangle.

    📌 It should be noted that given Attal and Sejourné's past cohabitation, there may be a conflict of interest. However, the French media seems to be undecided on how to handle this situation, publishing conflicting information about the nature of the relationship between these politicians.
    About the appointment of a new French Foreign Minister Personnel changes are ongoing in France: Yesterday, Emmanuel Macron announced the composition of the cabinet for the new Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal. While some politicians remained in their positions, there were also changes, including the appointment of Stéphane Sejourné as the Minister of Foreign Affairs. ▪️ Sejourné's political career began in 2014 under Macron, who was then the French Minister of Economy. He subsequently continued to work closely with the current president, being involved in the "Youth with Macron" project, his election campaign, and finally, leading the "Renaissance" party that he established in 2016. According to his close circle, during his time as a Member of the European Parliament, he proved himself to be an exceptional negotiator. ▪️ As Minister, Sejourné plans to focus on three main areas: strengthening the authority of international organizations such as NATO, the UN, WTO, and WHO; developing assistance for civilians in crisis zones such as Ukraine and the Middle East; and fostering cooperation among European countries in the area of security and defense, including reviving relations between France, Germany, and Poland within the framework of the Weimar Triangle. 📌 It should be noted that given Attal and Sejourné's past cohabitation, there may be a conflict of interest. However, the French media seems to be undecided on how to handle this situation, publishing conflicting information about the nature of the relationship between these politicians.
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  • Putin may be invited to France in 2024, says Macron

    French President Emmanuel Macron does not rule out that Russian President Vladimir Putin may be invited to visit the country in 2024 once Ukraine peace talks are held, Macron said in a televised interview on the France 5 channel.

    "Only if he [Putin] holds peace talks and changes the situation with Zelensky," Macron said in a long television interview broadcast on France 5 TV channel.

    Journalists who spoke with the French President discussed major events coming up in 2024, including celebrations of the 80th anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy. They listed the participants in the upcoming celebrations, noting that the Russian leader probably would not be among them.

    The last time Russian President Vladimir Putin attended events marking the anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy during World War II was 10 years ago, in 2014.
    Putin may be invited to France in 2024, says Macron French President Emmanuel Macron does not rule out that Russian President Vladimir Putin may be invited to visit the country in 2024 once Ukraine peace talks are held, Macron said in a televised interview on the France 5 channel. "Only if he [Putin] holds peace talks and changes the situation with Zelensky," Macron said in a long television interview broadcast on France 5 TV channel. Journalists who spoke with the French President discussed major events coming up in 2024, including celebrations of the 80th anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy. They listed the participants in the upcoming celebrations, noting that the Russian leader probably would not be among them. The last time Russian President Vladimir Putin attended events marking the anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy during World War II was 10 years ago, in 2014.
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  • Macron proposed today an international coalition against terrorist organizations
    French President Macron proposed today that an international coalition fighting against ISIS be widened to include the fight against Hamas in Gaza

    Macron proposed today an international coalition against terrorist organizations French President Macron proposed today that an international coalition fighting against ISIS be widened to include the fight against Hamas in Gaza
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