On Tuesday, the Kremlin’s ears whistled when Emmanuel Macron was passed before the United Nations General Assembly. “Let us not resign ourselves to the breakdown of the world,” the president began UN By urging world leaders to reject the divisive “New Order.” Russia “Imperialism” with the war in Ukraine.
In a sometimes fiery plea that contrasted with the calm tone of his speeches to the General Assembly, he called for finding “new forms of cooperation” to address the challenges facing the world from conflict. Climate deregulation through epidemics.
“A collective uprising” is desired
“The condition of our planet increases our needs,” he said Emmanuel Macron, expecting “a collective leap” to “build a new deal between North and South”. This imperative was made more urgent by the war in Ukraine initiated by Russia and its president Vladimir Putin. “We all have a stake in ending it, because we all pay the price.” “What we have been seeing since February 24 is a return to the age of imperialism and colonialism,” Emmanuel Macron insisted. But “if not Russia, who is hegemonic today? “.
The head of state thus sought to dispel the notion that the Ukraine war is a regional conflict resulting from antagonism between Westerners and Russia and beyond, the rest of the world. As a result, many capitals, in AfricaIn Asia or the Middle East, they refuse to actually condemn Moscow.
“Contemporary imperialism is not European or Western, it takes the form of territorial aggression backed by a globalized hybrid war that uses energy prices, food security, nuclear security, information access and population mobility as weapons of division and destruction,” Emmanuel Macron denounced. . In the face of this, “countries that remain silent today serve, in defiance or covertly, with a certain complicity, a new imperialism, a contemporary cynicism, and a contemporary cynicism that is undermining our international order.
Warning of “Tensions between US and China”.
In the long term, Emmanuel Macron warns that this “attempt to divide the world (…) strengthens the tension between the United States and China”, especially in the Indo-Pacific region, one of France’s strategic priorities.
In recent months, the French president has regularly railed against neutral countries, most notably during a visit to Cameroon in July, where he denounced calm in the face of Russia’s “hybrid presence” in Africa, particularly in Mali. He was to repeat the message at a dinner in New York on Tuesday to which the Ivorian, Colombian and Argentine presidents and Indian, Indonesian and Egyptian ministers were invited.
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