French president calls for Russia to pull out from Zaporizhzhia atomic plant during call with Putin

French president calls for Russia to pull out from Zaporizhzhia atomic plant during call with Putin

French president calls for Russia to pull out from Zaporizhzhia atomic plant during call with Putin

French President Emmanuel Macron repeated his interest for a truce in Ukraine and Russian withdrawal from the Zaporizhzhia thermal energy station during a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Elysee Royal residence said Sunday.

Macron “censured the continuation of Russian military tasks in Ukraine and repeated his interest that they stop quickly, that discussions start and that the power and regional trustworthiness of UkraineĀ  reestablished,” his office said in an explanation.

The French president “likewise focused on the need to guarantee the wellbeing of the Zaporizhzhia thermal energy station.

He reviewed that the Russian occupation was the reason for the ongoing dangers to the honesty of the Zaporizhzhia NPP.

He called for Russian powers to pull out their weighty and light weapons from the plant and that the IAEA’s suggestionsĀ  firmly followed to guarantee the security of the site reestablished,” the Elysee said.

  • Some additional background information: Zaporizhzhia is the site of the biggest atomic plant in Europe, and the office sits on the fire line between the Russian occupiers and Ukrainian powers.
  • The Elysee added that Macron “will talk in the future to President Putin in the following couple of days to arrive at an arrangement that ensures the wellbeing of the Zaporizhzhia thermal energy station.”
  • On the issue of worldwide food security, Macron let Putin know that European authorizations against Russia don’t have any significant bearing to agrarian items.

He likewise requested that the Russian chief guarantee that the Ukraine grain trade arrangement between Russia, Ukraine and Turkey, under the oversight of the Unified Countries “to guarantee that the sent out grain goes to the individuals who need it most.”