European Union leaders rejected on June 24 a proposal by Germany and France to resume summit meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
EU leaders said that day they had rejected the proposal from German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron which came after US President Joe Biden's meeting with Putin last week aimed at reducing tensions.
The 27-nation bloc's decision followed fierce resistance from member states – especially in Eastern Europe – worried about Moscow's aggressions.
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