the Elysée announces a debate and a vote in Parliament on the bilateral security agreement concluded with kyiv

Parliament will debate the situation in Ukraine. Pursuant to article 50-1 of the Constitution, the government wishes to make a declaration before Parliament on the bilateral security agreement concluded with Ukraine on February 16 and on the situation in Ukraine, followed by a debate and of a vote, announced the Elysée on Tuesday February 27. “This agreement follows the declaration that France adopted, on July 12, 2023, with its G7 partners on the sidelines of the NATO Summit in Vilnius“, explains the Presidency of the Republic. Follow our live stream.

Emmanuel Macron loses “his cool”, according to Jordan Bardella. The president of the National Rally (RN), Jordan Bardella, reacted Tuesday to Emmanuel Macron’s comments. “France’s role is to embody a path of balance. Raising the specter of a commitment of our troops in the face of a nuclear power is an act as serious as it is imprudent. Day after day, Emmanuel Macron seems to lose his cold blood”said Jordan Bardella on the social network

Jean-Luc Mélenchon opposes sending troops to Ukraine. The leader of La France insoumise responded on the social network X on Tuesday to Emmanuel Macron. “War against Russia would be madness”he estimated, judging “irresponsible” the declarations of the head of state. “Sending troops to Ukraine would make us belligerents (…) This bellicose verbal escalation of a nuclear power against another major nuclear power is already an irresponsible act”protested the former presidential candidate. “It is high time to negotiate peace in Ukraine with mutual security clauses!” he added.

Purchases of ammunition outside Europe considered. Several European countries, including France, favor the EU purchasing munitions produced outside Europe to further support Ukraine’s war effort, participants at the international conference in Paris said. This proposal, initiated by the Czech Republic, “enjoys great support from several countries”declared Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala.

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