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French President Emmanuel Macron has called for restrictions on Russia over reports of “murders” in Bucha during a special operation in Ukraine. Prior to that, Macron held talks with Russian leader Vladimir Putin and said he would not be a party to the conflict.

“What has just happened in Bucha requires a new series of sanctions and very clear measures,” Macron said in an interview with France Inter. Europe should discuss the imposition of sanctions against Russia in the coming days, Macron said, Nation News reports.

Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since the end of February. After that, many countries imposed sanctions on Russia. On Sunday, it became known that Ukraine had accused the Russian military of “mass murder” in the city of Bucha. The Russian Defense Ministry previously called the “murder” personnel in Bucha a provocation, according to the Federal News Agency. The agency said that local residents were not affected by the presence of Russian troops in the city.

Macron and Putin have previously held talks and convened to discuss the situation in Ukraine. The President of France stated that his country would never be a party to the conflict in Ukraine and would continue negotiations with Russia to resolve the crisis as long as necessary.

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French President Emmanuel Macron has called for restrictions on Russia over reports of “murders” in Bucha during a special operation in Ukraine. Prior to that, Macron held talks with Russian leader Vladimir Putin and said he would not be a party to the conflict. “What has just happened in Bucha requires a new series of sanctions and very clear measures,” Macron said in an interview with France Inter. Europe should discuss the imposition of sanctions against Russia in the coming days, Macron said, Nation News reports. Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since the end of February. After that, many countries imposed sanctions on Russia. On Sunday, it became known that Ukraine had accused the Russian military of “mass murder” in the city of Bucha. The Russian Defense Ministry previously called the “murder” personnel in Bucha a provocation, according to the Federal News Agency. The agency said that local residents were not affected by the presence of Russian troops in the city. Macron and Putin have previously held talks and convened to discuss the situation in Ukraine. The President of France stated that his country would never be a party to the conflict in Ukraine and would continue negotiations with Russia to resolve the crisis as long as necessary.

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