The German chancellor and French president have had personal phone calls with their Russian counterparts since the start of the invasion.
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Polish President, Andrzej DudaSharp criticized the leaders of France and Germany for the phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying it was like talking to them. Adolf Hitler during second World Waraccording to german newspaper build,
german chancellor, Olaf Scholzo, and French President Emmanuel Macron has had personal phone calls with Putin ever since Russia launched a devastating invasion of Ukraine. Macron incited Ukraine’s anger specifically by saying that Russia must not be “humiliated” to preserve prospects for a diplomatic solution, doubt, in an interview with build Posting on his YouTube channel on Wednesday night, he said that such discussions legitimize an illegal war in Ukraine. ,Did anyone talk to Adolf Hitler like this during World War II?” Said doubt. “Someone said that Adolf Hitler should make appearances? That we should proceed in such a way that it is not disrespectful to Adolf Hitler? I have not heard such voices.”
The conflict in Ukraine, which Moscow has described as a “special military operation” to eliminate perceived threats to its security, has leveled cities, killed thousands of civilians and killed more than seven million people. forced to flee the country. Ukraine and its Western allies say Russia is waging an unprovoked war to capture the region. In a joint call with Putin on 28 May, Scholz and Macron urge them to release 2,500 Ukrainian fighters Captured at the Azovstal Steel Plant in Mariupol and to speak directly with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr ZelenskyAccording to Macron’s Alsou Palace.
Italy and Hungary have urged the EU to explicitly call for a ceasefire in Ukraine and peace talks with Russia, putting themselves at odds with other member states such as Poland, with Moscow taking a tough line. determination for last month, Zelensky criticized suggestions by some in the West that Kyiv leave the region. and made concessions to end the war, saying that the idea resonated with efforts to appease Nazi Germany for World War II in 1938.
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