A spokesman for Downing Street said Britain’s and French leaders, who met Sunday at Elmau Castle in the Bavarian Alps for the G7 summit, “agreed that this was a turning point in the conflict and that there was an opportunity to reverse the war.” But Johnson warned Macron that “any attempt to resolve the conflict will now only cause permanent instability.” According to him, Russian President Vladimir Putin could thus gain “the right to eternal manipulation of sovereign states and international markets.” Archive video: A girl’s mother was rescued from the rubble of a residential building after a rocket attack in Kiev, pulled out with a Macron crane at a meeting with Johnson, praised Ukraine’s continued military support from London, and both leaders agreed to step up efforts and continue close cooperation in defense and security. Macron’s presidency also said Johnson had expressed “enthusiasm” for the idea of a wider European political community proposed by Paris. This structure would also include non-EU countries such as Britain. Photo gallery (2) Source: TASR / AP / Matthias Schrader Unlike the head of the Elysee Palace, who did not interrupt the dialogue with the Russian president, Johnson refused further talks with Putin. Johnson has called Putin a “dictator” since the Kremlin decided to launch an attack on Ukraine. Johnson also told reporters after coming to the G7 summit that world leaders must reckon with the fact that supporting Ukraine also means rising energy and food prices, but if Russia were allowed to win the war, the price they would pay would be much higher, he writes. Reuters agency.
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