The President left the meeting with Putin saying he had guarantees, the Kremlin denied it. The Germans ask themselves: “Where is Scholz?”.
French President Emmanuel Macron, who will have to fight for his re-election in April, left a meeting with his Russian counterpart in Moscow this Monday, bragging that he had obtained “concrete security guarantees” from Vladimir Putin. , as well as its “desire to maintain the stability and territorial integrity of Ukraine”. The next day, while Macron continued his journey, heading towards Kiev, the Kremlin publicly denied it, leaving the negotiations as it was. And weakening the French President’s attempts to assert himself as the face of Europe, after Angela Merkel’s departure from the scene.