French president Emmanuel Macron and British prime minister Liz Truss met in the framework of the UN General Assembly in New York. Their conversation was devoted to the Ukrainian problem. The Elysee Palace informs that the business conversation ended with the agreement on maintaining communication on strengthening assistance to Ukraine. It is reported that the leaders discussed the war in Ukraine, and problematic situations, in particular the capture of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant. The world’s energy security has also been in conversation because Russia is not only blackmailing Ukraine. France and Britain have agreed to work together to resolve these problems.
"They agreed to maintain contacts to strengthen support for Ukraine at the military, humanitarian and economic levels, as well as to respond best to the needs of Kyiv," said the French government.
The General Assembly of the United Nations unites the countries and gives the political leaders new ideas to assist the country that Russia has attacked.