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DIRECT. War in Ukraine: "Today it is very clear that the time is not for dialogue"says Emmanuel …

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3:56 p.m .: “We are very surprised,” said the management of the Auchan Group. “We are in the process of verifying the claimed elements, but to date the elements in our possession do not confirm,” she continues.

3:55 p.m .: The investigations made Kiev react violently. In a message published on Twitter, the head of Ukraine’s diplomacy, Dmytro Kouleba, accused Auchan of becoming a “full-fledged weapon of Russian aggression.” “I intend to discuss it with my French counterpart,” added Ukrainian Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna.

3:53 p.m .: Does Auchan help Russia? The French distributor, which continued operations in Russia after the conflict broke out, “appears to be contributing to the Russian war effort,” writes Le Monde in an investigation. According to documents obtained by the French daily, a collection of products for Vladimir Putin’s army was organized in the Russian subsidiary of Auchan.

3:27 p.m .: Emmanuel Macron’s intervention in Munich is over. He also said he wanted to organize a “Conference on the Air Defense of Europe” in Paris, which would be attended in particular by Germany, Italy and Great Britain. This summit “will make it possible to approach this issue from an industrial point of view, involving all European industrialists who have solutions to offer, but also from a strategic point of view, and I would say perhaps above all from a strategic point of view, including the issue of deterrence,” said the French President.

3:18 p.m .: “Let us also intervene in the peace preparations. We must be strong in the short term, but we must prepare the conditions for peace now. Not willing to compromise, but responsible.”

3:15 p.m .: Emmanuel Macron also calls for the war in Ukraine to “take the nuclear factor into account”. “Russian aggression was carried out in the shadow of deterrence,” he said, wanting to “strengthen the nuclear character of the Atlantic alliance.”

3:12 p.m.: From Munich, Emmanuel Macron calls on the Europeans to “invest heavily in our defense.” “If we want peace, we must give ourselves the means,” he said.

3:25 p.m.: “I believe we need to step up our support and efforts [à l’Ukraine]. (…) We are ready for a protracted conflict. When I say that, I don’t wish it, but we have to be credible together that we can stand this effort.”

3:19 p.m .: “Today is not the time for dialogue because we have a Russia that has chosen war, has chosen to intensify the war and has gone as far as war crimes. (…) The short-term conclusion is: Russia cannot and must not win this war and Russian aggression must fail. We cannot accept the trivialization of the use of force.”

3:03 p.m .: The President of the Republic, whose speech you can follow live here, denounces Russia’s “violation of the United Nations Charter” when invading Ukraine. He refers to “the systematization of war crimes against the Ukrainian people” and names “murders, rapes and destruction”.

3 p.m.: “This war is not simply the war of European men and women. It affects the entire planet. It is an aggression devoid of any justification.”

Emmanuel Macron is currently speaking, almost a year after the conflict began, since the Munich Conference (Germany). He denounces Russia’s “neo-colonial and imperialist (…) worldview”.

2:51 p.m.: Chancellor Olaf Scholz has urged countries that can supply main battle tanks to Ukraine to “really do it,” while deliveries mentioned by allies are slower than expected. Military support to Ukraine is the focus of discussions at the current security conference in Munich, Germany.

2:23 p.m .: “We need speed. Speed ​​to finalize our agreements, speed of supplies to strengthen our struggle, speed of decisions to limit Russia’s potential is what matters.’

The President of Ukraine spoke during a video address at the security conference in Munich, Germany.

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1:01 p.m.: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address world leaders today. The latter meet at a security conference in Munich (Germany). “A year ago, Zelenskyi made a powerful warning speech at this conference,” said his chief of diplomacy, Dmytro Kouleba. This year, the Ukrainian President will speak via video “and set the tone for the discussions”.

9:32 a.m .: Kiev continues to rule out any chance of ending the conflict through diplomacy. “Should the price of peace mean that Russia remains in Ukraine in the territories it occupies?” asked Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kouleba before attending the Munich conference.

9:30 a.m.: On the diplomatic side, all eyes are on Germany today. More than 150 government officials, including Emmanuel Macron, are expected to attend the Munich Conference on International Security there. No Russian official was invited that year.

9:30 am: Telegram is also the relay for influence and counter-propaganda operations in an environment characterized by an almost total absence of moderation. I tell you how this digital space has become a central part of reporting on the conflict, for better or for worse.

9:18 a.m .: The Telegram application, which is extremely popular in Ukraine and Russia, is far more than a messenger. It hosts a variety of channels that publish content about the war every minute. Researcher Kevin Limonier calls it “a revolution akin to live TV reporting.”

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