French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday called on Europe to create a “new security order” with NATO against Russia. He pleaded for “an open and demanding dialogue” with Moscow.
“These next few weeks will lead to a European plan to build new security and stability. We need to develop it among Europeans, then share it with our allies within the framework of NATO, and then propose it for negotiations. Russia,” Emmanuel Macron told the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
“The defense of our continent requires a strategic restructuring of our Europe as a force for peace and balance, especially in dialogue with Russia,” continued the head of state, who has given France’s priorities for MEPs for its six months. President of the Council of the European Union.
He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into Russia, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into Russia.
Conversation with Russia, “I have been defending it for many years, this is not an option”, he hammered out the whole tension between Russia and the West.
Moscow has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the Ukrainian border in recent weeks, raising fears of an invasion. While denying militant intentions, the Kremlin insists that NATO’s unwavering commitment, especially to Ukraine, needs to guarantee its security.
“What we need to create is a European order based on policies and rules. We acted 30 years ago with or without Russia,” said Emmanuel Macron.
He quoted these policies as “the free will of states to participate in the rejection of force, threats, coercion, institutions, alliances, security arrangements they want, non-transgression, territorial integrity and rejection of states”. Zones of influence “.
“We will continue with Germany and seek a political solution to the conflict in Ukraine that is currently creating tensions in the form of Normandy (France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine),” the French president underlined.
“We have to work on our vulnerabilities,” he stressed. “The credibility of our response in Moscow is to avoid the effects of sport on the price of gas or supplies by displacing flows or using energy. We must build a collective recession,” he pleaded. “Unlike the nuclear power produced on our soil, we import gas,” he recalled of Germany’s anti-nuclear address.
In addition to an agreement blocking any expansion of NATO to put an end to tensions, Moscow is demanding that the Americans and their allies abandon maneuvering and maneuvering military positions in Eastern Europe.
No progress has been made in the talks in Geneva, Brussels and Vienna last week. Moscow considers its demands to be negotiable and Westerners to accept them.
This article was automatically published. Sources: ats / afp
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