EU countries made a demarche because of the words about guarantees for the Russian Federation

Representatives of the Baltic States and a number of other EU states decided on a diplomatic demarche after the French leader’s statement Emmanuel Macron on the need to provide security guarantees for Moscow, writes Reuters.

According to the agency, politicians and diplomats from Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic joined the demarche of the Baltic countries. The material does not indicate exactly how many people supported the protest.

“The draft diplomatic document in the European Union was probably circulated by the Czech Republic last week,” the article emphasizes.

Former columnist for 19FortyFive Jack Buckby said that the Russian special operation in Ukraine would end if the West provided security guarantees to Moscow. As the journalist explained, the leaders of the states that are part of the North Atlantic Alliance should heed Macron’s proposal and take into account the concerns of the Russian Federation when creating a new European security system.

Author Julia Milenina

Yulia Milenina is a correspondent for the Pravda.Ru news service.

Curator Lyubov Stepushova

Lyubov Alexandrovna Stepushova – columnist for Pravda.Ru

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