Ukraine, Macron: with GB “we are doing everything for peace”
Britain and France have agreed a new deal for tackle illegal immigration across the Channel after talks between President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in Paris. London to increase funding to France over the next three years by a total of €541m, enabling “hundreds” more French law enforcement officers to be deployed along the English Channel coast to stop illegal migration. the British government said in a statement. Macron said his talks with Sunak marked a “fresh start” between Paris and London after tensions caused by Brexit.
Ukraine, Macron: with GB “we are doing everything for peace” – The French president, Emmanuel Macron, after talks with the British prime minister, Rishi Sunak, declared that Paris and London “are doing everything to end the war” in Ukraine and to prevent the conflict from spreading to other parts of the world. “We have to find a solution,” Macron said at a press conference in Paris. The French leader says his country wants to work with Britain to “develop a common strategy”, which includes energy cooperation. “We have decided together on concrete action on the training of Ukrainians,” added the head of the Elysée. In turn, Sunak assured that the United Kingdom and France are working together so that Vladimir Putin can “never again” use energy as a weapon.
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