There are currently no plans for a phone call between Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Emmanuel Macron of France but such contacts can take place at any time, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday.
“As far as Macron is concerned, there are no agreed formats of communication. On the other hand, contacts can take place promptly if the need arises,” he said, TASS reported.
According to Peskov, Putin did not hold any telephone conversations with foreign leaders ahead of his address to the nation.
Macron said on Tuesday that he expected to hold telephone talks with Putin in the coming days. The two leaders last held a phone call on September 11.