French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday said his Russian partner Vladimir Putin had committed a “notable and major mistake” by attacking Ukraine and was currently “segregated”.
“I think, and I told him, that he made a notable and major mistake for his kin, for him and for history,” he said in a meeting with French local media.
“I think he has detached himself,” Macron said. “Secluding oneself is a certain something, however having the option to receive in return is a troublesome way”.
The French president rehashed that Russia shouldn’t be “embarrassed… so the day the battling stops we can clear an exit plan through strategic means.”
Macron likewise said he didn’t “preclude” a visit to Kyiv.