During a meeting on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Germany, the two leaders “agreed that this was a critical moment in the development of the conflict and that it was possible to reverse the course of the war “said a spokesperson for the British. government, stating that they had agreed to “increase” military support for kyiv.
“The prime minister stressed that any attempt to resolve the conflict now would only cause lasting instability and give Putin the right to manipulate sovereign countries and international markets in perpetuity,” he added.
Unlike Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson has refused any dialogue with Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom he has called a “dictator” since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in late February.
In an interview with British media, Boris Johnson said the West should have ‘really frank discussions’ at the G7 summit, to be followed by a NATO summit in Madrid, about the implications of the war and sanctions against inflation and other issues in order to “protect the reader” displayed so far.
“In reality, there will be a certain weariness of the people and of the political classes,” he said, acknowledging a “certain concern” about this.
On the other hand, the French presidency has indicated that Boris Johnson is interested in the French project of a European political community which would “recommit” the United Kingdom to Europe after Brexit.
The French president felt “a lot of enthusiasm” from the British leader when he spoke of the European political community, which would allow him to “relaunch, redefine a course with the British”, declared the presidency, after the meeting between the two leaders on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Bavaria. .
The leaders of the G7 (France, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan) are meeting from today in southern Germany for a three-day summit, which will be followed by a meeting of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) countries in Madrid.
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