The politician, who described Boris Johnson as a “physical and emotional clone of Donald Trump,” reminded US President Joe Biden and commentator Francisco Sikas da Costa, who this Thursday showed the leaders at the first face-to-face meeting between the two, to reduce the tension between the previous hours and the tension between the two.
This is because, through diplomatic channels and statements by members of the President’s team, Washington has made it clear to London that it hopes to address the Johnson’s government with more rhetoric and more common sense to resolve the crisis in Northern Ireland. Biden, who has a strong family background in the Union and Ireland, said he wanted to ease the mood when he arrived in the UK, but said he “wanted to work with all parties to maintain the delicate balance of the peace agreement.” Good Friday.
The French president also decided to ‘knock on the table’. On Thursday night, Boris Johnson put pressure on the Northern Ireland protocol, saying “nothing can be discussed.” In an intervention that appears to be “challenging” across the English Channel, Emmanuel Macron warns Boris Johnson that France is unwilling to reconsider either side of the protocol on the Irish border.
Asked about British proposals for certain aspects of the protocol, Macron told reporters at a press conference in Elisha: “I do not think it’s serious. I want to see something new in July. It was decided in December after years of negotiations. And debates ”. “We have a protocol,” he said. “Six months later, to say that we can not respect what someone has discussed means that nothing can be respected. I believe in the weight of a deal, I believe in a serious approach. Nothing can be changed. Everything applies, ”he was quoted as saying by French newspapers.
Corbis Bay, a coastal city in the Cornwall region, will host the G-7’s first-ever face-to-face summit this weekend, one of the richest nations on the planet.
The G7 summit will take place between Friday and Sunday, and for the first time in two years the leaders of the G7 countries (Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom) and the European Union. The fight against pandemics and the new tax on the profits of large multinational corporations have become major issues.
As Secretary-General of the United Kingdom, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has invited leaders from Australia, South Africa, South Korea and India for the edition, but will intervene via video conference.