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French President Macron asks Belarus president to demand Russian troops leave

During a phone call on Saturday, French President Emmanuel Macron asked Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko to demand that Russian troops leave his country.


Macron "made a point of denouncing the seriousness of a decision which would authorize Russia to deploy nuclear weapons on Belarusian soil," a readout of the call provided by the presidential palace said.


Macron requested that Lukashenko demand the "withdrawal of Russian troops from Belarusian soil as quickly as possible, as these troops are waging a unilateral and unjust war."

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