Latvian Foreign Minister dismisses concerns of emotional well-being of Russian invaders in response to appeasement policies

7 June, 06:42 PM
Едгарс Ринкевичс (Photo:REUTERS/Michele Tantussi)

Едгарс Ринкевичс (Photo:REUTERS/Michele Tantussi)

In response to recent media reports about some European nations suggesting that Ukraine make concessions in order to preserve Russia’s “reputation”, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs stated that there’s no need to worry about the emotional well-being of the aggressors, in a tweet on June 6.

According to him, the democratic world must defend values and honor first.

French President Emmanuel Macron has previously said that to ensure that diplomatic negotiations with Russia would still be possible after the fighting in Ukraine is over, Russia should not be “humiliated”.

Earlier last month, President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Emmanuel Macron offered to make concessions on Ukraine's sovereignty in order to help Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, "save face".

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