The international community must draw "clear red lines" with Russia, French President Emmanuel Macron said, including implementing sanctions after any "unacceptable behavior" by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In an interview with "Face The Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, Macron said he "fully" shares Mr. Biden's desire to open dialogue with Russia.
I do prefer constructive dialogue, but to have a constructive and efficient dialogue, you need credibility," Macron said.
"I think we have to define clear red lines with Russia," in order to be credible, Macron said.
He acknowledged that the international community has had what he called a "naive approach" with Russia.
The annexation was widely condemned by the international community, and the U.S. sanctioned Russia in response.
The full interview with Macron will air during "Face The Nation" on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. »