Macron urges more aid for Ukraine, but is against 'crushing' Russia


In an interview with French media, President Emmanuel Macron argued for increased military support for Ukraine to see Russia defeated, but said he did not agree with those who 'want to, above all else, crush Russia', adding that past attempts around the world for regime change have ended in 'total failure'.

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French President Emmanuel Macron has said he does not want to see Russia crushed by a defeat in Ukraine, reports BBC News.