STORY: Macron said the war in Ukraine has sown disorder in all aspects of life, including the economy and daily life, warning of tough times ahead as the conflict continues for a fourth month.
"We need a solid majority to guarantee order, outside as well as inside our borders. Nothing will be worse than to add French chaos to global chaos," he said at the tarmac of the Orly airport.
Macron will express France's solidarity with its European allies, sharing a border with Ukraine, and thus are most exposed to the war.
He will visit French troops in Romania on Tuesday (June 14), and then go to Moldova on Wednesday (June 15).