French President Emmanuel Macron, answering a question about the possibility of a visit to Kyiv, said that he did not rule out anything, but he would go when it would be useful.

“I heard the words of the former president (of Ukraine) Petro Poroshenko, I treat them with friendship and respect. And as I said, I’m not ruling anything out. But I think my responsibility is to act in a useful way,” Macron said at a press conference on Thursday, answering a question about Poroshenko’s proposal to come to Kyiv.

The French leader noted that when he was in Moscow and Kyiv in early February, there was still a “chance for peace” at the talks. According to Macron, now we need to wait for the right moment.

“I’m not ruling anything out, but I’ll do it when it’s useful,” he added.