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France Condemns ‘Paranoid’ Address By Putin On Ukraine

France described an address to the nation by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine as “paranoid” on Monday, accusing him of breaking promises made to his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, IgbereTV reports.

Putin’s speech, in which he recognised as independent two Ukrainian separatist regions, mixed “rigid and paranoid” ideas”, a French presidential official said, adding the Russian leader had “not respected promises made” to Macron.

The official, who asked not to be named, said further Russian “military actions” were not to be ruled out and added the EU was preparing a list of Russian entities and individuals to sanction in a “proportionate” response.

Putin had “made a clear choice to break his commitments,” said the official, adding that discussions would begin on Tuesday in Brussels on drawing up the sanctions

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