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France has invited foreign and defence ministers from Ukraine’s main allies and the NATO Secretary General to participate in a video call on Thursday aimed at showing a “united front” and coming up with concrete proposals to boost support for Kyiv.

President Emmanuel Macron faced a backlash from many Western allies after he openly discussed the idea of sending Western troops to Ukraine at a Paris-based conference on Ukraine last week.

A follow-up conference had been scheduled to take place in Paris with ministers and senior diplomats from some 28 countries, but that was shelved for a video call amid the criticism that the meeting was too rushed.

“The debate that followed reflects only partially the reality of the discussion in Paris and should not overshadow our collective determination to support Ukraine,” according to the invitation seen by Reuters.

The invitation, sent to ministers on behalf of France’s foreign and defence ministers, is also addressed NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell. Both of them had not been invited on Feb. 26.
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba will also participate by video call, diplomats said.


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