Four European leaders visit Ukraine French President says Russian troops carried out genocide on the outskirts of Kyiv | Russia-Ukraine war: Leaders of four European countries visit Ukraine, says French President

Russia-Ukraine War: French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that there were signs of war crimes in the suburbs of Kyiv following the “genocide” by the Russian military. Macron was in Erpin, Ukraine, for talks with German Chancellor Olaf Schulz, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and Romanian President Klaus Johannes. Macron condemned the “barbarism” of the attacks that ravaged the city and praised the courage of city dwellers in Arpan and other parts of Kyiv who prevented Russian forces from attacking the capital. The four European leaders have arrived in Kyiv to express their support for Ukraine.

According to the French presidential office, Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Schulz and Mario Draghi traveled together to Kyiv in a special train provided by Ukrainian authorities. Meanwhile, the Romanian president arrived in a separate train and tweeted, “This illegal Russian attack must stop.”

When the air strike siren sounds.
European leaders were preparing for their next trip to their hotel when the sirens of the airstrikes rang out and Kyiv authorities appealed for shelter. Such warnings keep coming. As he left the hotel, Macron put his hand on his heart and said, “I want to show my respect for the people of Ukraine.

The German news agency DPA quoted Schulz as saying that the leaders were expressing solidarity as well as a commitment to maintaining financial and humanitarian aid and arms supplies to Ukraine.

Russian forces are advancing in the eastern Donbass region.
Meanwhile, Russian forces are gradually gaining the upper hand over Ukrainian forces in the eastern Donbass region. On the other hand, the Ukrainian army is requesting more weapons from Western countries.

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