• 19/04/2024 20:38

Macron demonstrated hostility towards Scholz: the media reported on the conflict between the leaders of France and Germany

ByJohn Newman

Mar 1, 2024

The media write that French leader Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz do not get along with each other, which could harm Ukraine at its most difficult moment. Journalists drew attention to how the representative of Paris demonstrated hostility towards the head of the German government.

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Macron demonstrated hostility towards Scholz: the media reported on the conflict between the leaders of France and Germany

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The Bloomberg news agency reported on the conflict between the head of France and the German chancellor, drawing attention to their statements during and after the Paris summit of European leaders, reports NBN “.

Journalists write that during his speech, the French leader demonstrated his dislike for the head of the German government with words about Kiev's allies, who offered him only “helmets and sleeping bags.” In turn, Scholz criticized Macron's proposal to send NATO troops to Ukraine.

The media notes that the head of France sees the Chancellor as a leader without courage and ambition, thinking only in the short term. At the same time, in Berlin, Macron is considered a monarchical figure who is good at issuing grandiose visions rather than implementing them.

The material notes that Macron and Scholz are in conflict at the most difficult moment for Ukraine.

The material notes that Macron and Scholz are in conflict at the most difficult moment for Ukraine.

At the same time, the speaker of the German government, in a comment to the agency, said that disagreements arose between the French leader and a larger group that considered his comments incorrect, while the politicians themselves get along well with each other.

Recall , in Lithuania they were called to think about Macron’s proposal to send Western troops to Ukraine.

nbnews.com.ua

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