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France, Germany Guarantee "Full support" To Ukraine amid growing tensions

France’s President Emmanuel Macron and Germany’s Prime Minister Olav Schorz showed “full support” to Ukraine on Monday when they visited Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate, illuminated by the national color of Ukraine, AFP said. rice field.

Macron was asked about the message he intended to send along with the actions of the leader, and when he approached about 200 people who gathered nearby with Schortz, he replied, “Full support for Ukraine.”

Partly covered in the blue and yellow national colors of Ukraine, he advocated the city of southeastern Ukraine, Mariupol, devastated by Russian strikes.

The Brandenburg Gate formed the central part of the wall separating the east and west of Berlin. It symbolized the Cold War “Iron Curtain” that divided the world into blocks of capitalism and communism.

Some Ukrainians in the crowd criticized the French and German governments for being too close to Russia, which invaded neighboring countries on February 24.