The French leader responds to Zelensky by saying that Paris condemns Russian “war crimes” and does not need any other “definitions” Volodymyr Zelensky and Emmanuel Macron, Kiev, June 16, 2022 © AP / Ludovic Marin

French President Emmanuel Macron did not support the proposal of his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky to designate Russia a “sponsor of terrorism,” explaining that Paris doesn’t need any “definitions” to sanction Moscow or condemn its alleged “war crimes.”

On Monday, Zelensky claimed that “the Russian state had become the largest terrorist organization in the world.” “And this must be a legal fact,” the Ukrainian president wrote on Telegram. (RT)