In addition, as the French leader pointed out, Paris intends to impose its sanctions against Moscow after the EU.
French President Emmanuel Macron announced plans to send €300 million in aid to Ukraine.
“Ukraine has been allocated unprecedented macro-financial assistance in the amount of €1.2 billion <…> France will additionally allocate €300 million for the Ukrainian economy, and we are also ready to continue supplying military equipment,” Macron said at a press conference in Brussels on Friday following an emergency EU summit on Ukraine.
The Head of State also expressed the EU’s solidarity in the issue of assistance to Ukraine.
In addition, as Macron pointed out, Paris intends to impose its sanctions against Moscow following the sanctions of the European Union.
“The European Union has decided to strike a strong blow, which concerns individuals and sectors of the economy. EU sanctions will be supplemented by government measures,” Macron said on Friday at a press conference in Brussels following an emergency EU summit on Ukraine.
The French leader also claimed that Russia’s actions violate the norms of international law.