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Western leaders back Ukraine, signal ‘Russia cannot win’

Updated on: 27 February,2024 07:47 AM IST  |  Paris
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French President Emmanuel Macron, hosting the conference Monday in Paris, said he wants to discuss strengthening aid and ways to “give credibility to the fact that Russia cannot win in Ukraine”

Western leaders back Ukraine, signal ‘Russia cannot win’

Local residents walk past the railway station destroyed by a Russian missile attack in Kostyantynivka, Donetsk region. Pic/AP

More than 20 European heads of state and government and other Western officials are gathering in a show of unity for Ukraine, signaling to Russia that their support for Kyiv isn’t wavering as the full-scale invasion grinds into a third year.


French President Emmanuel Macron, hosting the conference Monday in Paris, said he wants to discuss strengthening aid and ways to “give credibility to the fact that Russia cannot win in Ukraine”.


“We are at a critical moment,” Macron said this weekend. 


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